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Full text of "Amiga Computing Magazine Issue 073"

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Amiga games coverage 

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Muttiframe - ADPro's new 
easy to use front end 
WontworthS.O-The 
Amiga's best WP yet? 
Devil's Advocate - Are 
Elspa doing enough to 
safeguard our games? 
Legal loopholes - Home 
Office admits pom failure 




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TWO b-undles which Commodore believe 
wdl atlract enfry-level Amiga $ales thrgugh 
the Sipnng and summer have just been 
ufi veiled by ihe tirm. 

Computer Cambat i$ the name of tlie lat- 
est AT20C' pack - not surprisingly billed as 
Commodore's biggest and best value intro- 
duction ever to tlie Amiga computer. 

The E349 bundle contains seven sofi- 
wars packages - split l^etween productivity 
programs and some receni games aimed at 
showing the computer's versatility. 

They include Psygnosis platformer Brian 
the Lion, Zool 2 frorn Gremlin Graphics and 
Total Carnage, ICE's conversion of Ihe 
coin-Op shoot-'em-up. 

Three of Digita International's productivity 
programs are packed with Ihe machine - 
word processor Word worth v2, personal 
organiser Day-by-Day, and the Print 
Manager utility. 

But after several years' inclusion in 
Amiga bundles, Electronic Arts' art pacltage 
Deluxe Paint has been replaced by 
Per$onal Paint 4 From Italian developer 
ClBanto. 

Commodore say that after a run of packs 
containing the EA program, they believe the 
lime IS right for a change and Personal 
Paint IS an Ideal replacement. 

The software supports HAM screen 




modes and is 
claimed to offer a 
huge array of 
image processing 
tools and the abili- 
ty to support many 
file formaLS- 

And Commo- 
dore have contin- 
ued their poNcy of 

rotating software packed with the CD32, 
now offering hyyers two 32'bit games 
including Psygnosis's Microcosm, 

It IS joined by Renegade's Chaos Engine 
and while stocks last the G299 Spectacular 
Voyage pack will include the four games 
From the Dangerous Streets bundle it Super- 
sedes. 

Microcosm took programmers three 
years lo create. It is set inside a human 
•Iwdy where the player mans a miniaturised 



PaoJrc: CD32 mnd 




^MONITOR Wan has been (tropp«{f from Ihe gam&s Indus- 
Iry's classiJicstictfi artwork just weeks after the body rep- 
resenting Europe's software houses iaurvched thg age 
raiin^ system. 

And two games mai(frs will not be following 
the ELSPA system, which is intentfed lo 
ease Governmenl and parentat concfirn 
over the suitatjility of some software lor young 
children. 

Nintendo and Acclaim say Itiat althougli tliey agree 
wiEh the sy^terr^'s objectives. Iliey would lili;e to tal«e a 
global view on the situatiofr and are lool<iiig to ihe US 
lor an aliernaiive. 

Other companifls are also believed to be hoping itiat 
a replacemen) comes aiongi. although many are simply 
relieved that Monitor Man has. been remaved Irom boxes, 

There was criticism that the character was ouidaied 




craft sent lo save an 

important dignitary 
from virus-like villains. 
The Bilmap Bro- 
thers" Chaos Engine 
takes place in a. 
Victorian age in whichi 
ten mercenaries seeks 
to destroy the out-of- 
control chaos engine. 
Dangerous Streets contained the games 
Dangerous Streets, Wing Commander. 
Diggers ar>d Oscar. 

"I consider it paramoLfnt thai every new 
bundle should be better than the last," said 
Comm.odore managing director David 
Pleasance. '*BtJt it gets tougher every time." 
The A1200 DesKtop Dynamite bundle 
which proved popular with buyers over 
Christmas will be available from dealers 
while stocks last. 



tAoniifir Won: 
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^ and newspaper Compuisr Jratfe 
Weekly questioned its suitability for Ihe 
interactive enlertainment indusfry of 
IHe gos. 
"Several rrvembers decided that Monitor Man was not appro- 
priate, ai^d as a rasmli the ELSPA logo has been^ put irt its 
place," said ELSPA chairman ft^aftt Stractian. 

'We've t>een working on this system for a 
year. It was passed unaminnously by menibers and will go 
ahead,' 

He added ttial while gome firms were iookmg 
towards worldwide ciassification, he thought such a system 
would be impractical because of different stantfards across the 
world. 



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[DBB in Id profna 

COMMOOOfllE have teamed up with 

TGI Friday to help launch the restau- 
rant's new Kids Club and furlhe^r boost 
the Amiga's image with llie young. 

Children joiriing ihe club have the 
chance of winning one ot three CD 32 
Dangerous Streets bundles - each 
worth £:299 - and receive gioodies 
including a maga^inie, Frisbee and T- 
shirt. 

Details of I he Amiga promotion will 
appear on ail placement settings a! 
TGI's 13 restaurants for the next few 
weeks. 



Silica join Debsnhams 

SILICA Systems, the London-based 
hardware and software dealer, are to 
expand their High Street presence by 
opening compiler shopping areas in 
Debenhams stores. 

The firs! to open will be irt the shop on 
Oxford Street, London, and there are 
plans to step up the operation in provin- 
cial cities such as Manchester. 

The company already have their own 
shops in Sidcup and on Tottenham 
Court Road, London and trade from 
Debenhams in Croydon and Ipswich. 

(iDch uiatihing 

A SOFTWARE-based real-time Clock (hat 
njns. alongside the Harlequin 32-b(t frame 

h-ufferhas just been announced bv Zen. 

lit will enable a breakfast television- 
style clock to be displayed In: broadcast 
material produced with Amigas, and can 
be moved about the screen. 

Amiga Cenire Scotland (0B96 67583) 
will be selling the program, but price 
remai;ns to be fixed. 

UlordiiJDrtti update 

WORDWORTH 3 compatibility problems 
have been ironed out of the software 
with the release of a technical update by 
maker Digita Intefnational (0395 
£70273). 

Version 3,0a Of the word processcr is 
free to all registered users, and also fea- 
tures an improved operating Speed and 
a "general tune- up" of the package. 

"Our programmers, have done an 
excellent job in responding so quickly to 
customer feedbaek," said Digits boss 
Jeremy RihII. 

"Users will notice that Wordworth now 
feels tighter and faster, includes 
enhanced file export filters and dreg and 
drop editing." 




SpQahing the language 



LCL; Sif*»eh Miiamtt to 



SPEECH has been added to language 
software specialist LCL'$ range of Amiga 
courses following I he success of Micro 
Spanish, their first program to feature 
talking. 

The firm say animated cartoons that 
speak and speech from a native speaker 
make iheir French, German and English 
courses a more enjoyable and effective 
experience than ever before. 

pictures, adventure games and music 



netuiorh grouis for IntBrmorhs 

CLWYD-based Amiga specialist Ramiga have ejcpanded further 
recently by setting up European distribution for California- based 
Interworks' networking products. 

The firm's range of solutions will be support by professional 
training programmes and technical support by telephone and a 
bulletin board. 

They include networking software ENLAN-DFS v2 and the I- 
Card PCMCIA Ethernet card for the A600 and A1200. 

The l-Card package includes a 16-bit Ethernet adaptor and a 
driver compatible with Commodore's SANA-H networking standard 
to allow the Amiga to tie-in, with the firm's ENLAN-DFS. 

Each ENLAN-DFS package enabJeS up to five Amigas fitted with 
Ethernet adaptors to share directories and peripherals, and is sup- 
plied with all software needed to network the computers. 

"Interworks have always been interested in developing a much 
doser working relationship with our Overseas partners." said com- 
pany president Alien Brooks. 

This new paiftnership between Interworks and Ramiga estab- 
lished a path dedicated to building and supporting a professional 
reseller channel throughoui Europe." 

I-Card and ENLAN-DFS cost £292.58 each from Ramiga 
International (0690 770304 J. 



FaH modem falls under ilDD 

COMMUNICATIONS prices have fallen (urllner, with US HoiKitics {0753 
Bill BO) now cutting ttie price of Itieir Sportster 2400 fa)( modem from 
£t49to'E99. 

The move comes a& rival manulacturers launch cheap mcdams. tele- 
phone prices continue to fall and just weeks afttJ on-line system 
CompuServe cut costs for Britisli usefs. 

The Sportster 2400 is aimed a! home and small office users who do not 
n&ed high i^\& rates. It supports Group III. 9.600 bits per second send 
and recshve fax with 2,4001>ps data thfoughpul, 

The modem is BABT approved and tomes with a five-sfwr wgnaniy. 




are also used in an attempt to take stu- 
dents from beginner to GCSE standard. 

All three courses - eadi costing E24.9^' 
- are claimed to follow the Nations 

CurriculLtm closely and the attainment tar 
gets of each program are given in ther- 
manuals. 

Upgrades Irom earlier versions Misi £5 
plus the return ot the ongmal disk to LCL at 
Thames House, 73 BEandy Road, Henley- 
on-Thames RQ9 1QB. Tel: 0491 579345. 




LiaMWmvmi Hour promtamd for 1*41 imlgma 

lightRaue in run Lightlllaue 

ANIMATORS can now use graphics software 
LigfitWave 3D on European Amigas not fitted with a 
Video Toaster, according 1o Ramiga Iniernational 
(OeSO 770304). 

Lightwave is regarded by enperfs as one of the 
premier graphics packages for the Amiga, being 
quick, powerful and ver/ easy to use. 

But until now it could only tje used or Americaji 
systems titled with NewTek's expensive Video 
Toaster in a completfl package costing a found 
E2,O00. 

Ramiga claim that cuslom hardware module 
LightRave emulates all the functions needed by 
LigtitWave 3D, and that Itiey can sell the two prod- 
ucts loj £799. 

The company also say that LightRave 
delivers taster rendering than a Toaster-equipped 
Amiga and ftas support lor most 24-bit graphics 
cards- 

Full scfeen preview animations are promised, 
and because images are stored m standard Anim 
formals they can lie transferred and ediled by other 
programs. 



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fVlAY 1 994 
1 



iBlBphane help goes autamatk 

AN automated telephone answering system just set up on Commodore's official helpline 
enables Amiga owners to discover solutions to their problems in an efficient way. 

It registers the caller's question to a chain of answers and by elimination arrives at the 
solution they are looking for. 

Calls vary from dealers asking ho* to resolve a fault in the machine to usflrs wanting tc 
know hovtf to plug it in. 

"We introduced this service to allow callers to solve problems themselves with recordeC 
information," said Commodore's customer service manager Terry Maguire. 

"This fre«s up the receptionists to get engineers out to users more quickly." 

Id's Petor Horridge added: "Most caller are happy lo use the automated serwice. Bu: 
we iTiiUstn't forget that we have to keep a balance between automation and human 
contact." 

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A NEW version ol Gfeal Valley Pioducts' 1V24 
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10 \m advantage ol Ihe MOOO's faster video 

bus. 

The developers say it will be twcfi as last 
as the exisling board wtien insiaHed in ihe 
A4000 ar»d perform as weil as belofe if^ other 
ZofFO-based Amigas. 

The IV24-A4000 sollware tias been 
upgraded and will be accompanied by 
ImageFX v1.5, which fully supports irie 1V24 
for frame grabbing, video prorise-ssing, pamting 
aJidrendenngtotape. 

The British distributor is Silica Systems, 
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British support 
eHtends online 

ONLIME information giam CompuServt (OeOO 
28937B) have antiounced a range of new ser- 
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The company's product marketing manager 
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atres- 

A Newswire lealure due around the same 
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from aruund Britain. And the company plan lo 
extend their financial and travel services, 
although Turner declined to give more details 
on these improvements, 

'We recently launched lour travel databases 
provided by tfve Automotile AssMiation which 
are already proving to be very successiuL' said 

Turner. 

"Within the coming months we eitped lo 
introduce a number ot leading UK-focused 
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ucte," ^ , 

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SIREN Software tiave atKted Best Data's Smart Om line of 
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at lust £69.99 for a 2,400 baud model. 

Bui according to Sirens Simon Cobb, ihe Smart One 
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""""operates ai between 1,200 and 14.400 bits per secorjd, 

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vefsion of their aDclaimed desktop planetarium 
program, Distant Suns. Release S.O's biggest 
im prove meni is rull AG A support for A1200 and A4000 
owners. 

You can now pull up £56- colour images of pJanets, 
moons, and otl^er celestial objects - abcul £5 are included 
with the program, and you can add your own to lh© dala- 
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Tte user interface has been improved with a new tool + 
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functions, A total of 8,000 stars from the Hubble Guide 
STar catalogue are now included, supportir>g stars down to 
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It you have a CD-ROM drive on your Amiga and you're 
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packed wiih landscapes), VRtI ask lHat you drop them a 
note or tax ttem and Jet them know. 

Vou're no longer limited to just star gazing. Distant 



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different angles. 

Other improvements include new ARexjc commands for 
automating your viewing and more precise field-of-view 
adjustments. Distant Suns v 5,0 requires AmigaDOS 
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upgrades for owners of any previous version are $3S.95. 
Add $10 for overseas, air mail shipping. 

VislaPro, the popular 3D lanchscape rendering program, 
is in for an entiancement as well. Vefsion 3.f was being 
finisihed up as this article was being written, and is expecl- 
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the Picasso, Retina and OpalVision display hoard. 

Also new is the ability to expert your landscape files in 
AutoCad DXF fornrtat, so they can be brought into 3D ren- 
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GUP ditch S[5I-B [ard for the HtDDD 

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company weren't satisfied with the card's perfonnance due to the DMA problems that plague the A4000/04CI. 

Rather than release a card that wouldn't perform well on ibe majority of A400as in the field, GVP halted development 
untH Commodore can provide a solution for the Zorro III DMA problem. 

If you have deep pockets, though., you can still get a fast SCSI -II .solution from GVP, Tha soon-to-be-released G-Force 
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agazines don't change th« way ihey 
I took all that otten, and ii iseveri rarsT 
_ Ihat Ihey make an effort lo efiange 
the style of their editorial content. 

This month, we have begun a process cA 
change which,, over the next couple ot issues, 
wilk tailor AC to fit your tastes and preferences 
even closer than bef fsre. 

Your answers artd responses to the reader 
survey carried out late last year are the impe- 
tus behind this process, and without you the 
change would not have taken place, So just 
who are you aniyway? 

We have always appealed mostly to the 
older reader with a broad range ot interests, 
raiher Ihan ttie single-minded teenage games 
player, but t?ne last year has seen a huge rise 
iin the number oi mature enthusiast readers 
the magaaine attracts. Over 90 per cent of 
you, for example, are over 18 - a much higtier 
figure than shovwi by Ihe previous sun/ey, 

Consoles seem 10 have siphoned off the 
younger users to leave a more stable reacler- 
shiip with productivily and enthusiast pursuits 
highest on the list of favourite Amiga uses, 
and the number of you who aie inte-rested in 
programming has also increased. 

A$ a direct resull, we've deaded to matte a 
few changes. The general re-styling o1 the 
front cover and rna^n features pages was an 
attempt to give Ihe magazine a more 90s look 
and fee) for the older reader, and we have 
introduced nnore programming lutorials, but 
prObabty the btgtgest change is irk the games 
department. 

Garfler. our long-running games section^ 
wa& never property integrated with the rest of 
the noagazine in tenns of style or content, and 
though we believed it was relevant to the sons 
and daughters of many of our readers, we 
noticed from all sun/eys Ihal most o) you are 
slill ver/ interested in games. 

To bring you a modem games section with 
the modem reader in mind, we\e decided lo 
scrap Gamer completely and start Irom 
SoratGfi, The new approach conceni rates on 
presenting as much information as possible 
while incorporating a scoring system lo whk:h 
readers can relate. 

New games will t* compared, bftetly. to 
existing games of the same type., and the 
method by which we score all games has 
been radically changed. From this month 
onwards, all games Start with 50 per cent, and 
go up or down if the reviewer thinlKS they are 



The AC team 



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changes 





11)g notited ]m 
sK mm that 



better or worse than average. 

To most magazines these days. 80 per cent 
is an average scone, and anything below 70 
per cent is truly awful. Under System's new 
scoring regime., a game would have to be very 
good to score ao per cent, and 70 per cent 
woukJ stilt be a good score worthy of a medal. 

The debate over scoring, however, is still 
going on in the office, wiiti two equal camps 
fitting it out for the upper hand. Some sup- 
port a percentile system, others wouid like to 
see games marked out of 20 or even ten. 

We'll be looKing at how the scoring wortts 
over the next few months, so if you have an 
opinion on how it should be done, pisase write 
and share your views with us. 

GRATIFYING 

Our coverage of serious hardware and soft- 
ware has been tweaked rather than changed 
because a g ratify ingly large numtjer of you 



figticed antithing — 

diffmint BbQutMm — 

[omputlng this month? - 

ft HQU hau9. HQu might — 

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must of l|]ll M still UBfl| stated that you were satisfied both with the 

level of coverage and the style in which the 
more technical reviews are written. 

Only a few Of you thought them too techni- 
cal or confusing, but to ensure that we r&ach 
everyone we will be placing more emphasis 
on jargon iMJster^ and explanations for begin- 
ners without, hopefully, exasperating our nrrore 
erudite readers. 

Whore possible and relevant, we will also 
strrve to bring you badtground information on 
new products and. the markets in which they 

will be sold. 
Protiles of the developers, and overviews 



of. say, the videography industry should put| 

product reviews into perspective and give = 
readers a better understanding of where the| 
latest wizzo ^dget comes trom. 

A criticism ot this style has, in the past. 
preached that reviews should concentrate 
solely on the subject at hand,, but we feel from 
tooling at the views of our readers thai you 
are a bunch of well-balanced people witti 
broad interests, 

n we can present the information you buy 
the magazine lo read and, in addition, infomi 
and entenain you with related material, we 
hope you'll agree that the magaairie will be a | 
better overall read. 

The use ol background and related material i 
will also be prevalent in System ^ our new! 
games section, so we hope you enjpy the new t 
feel to iieviews. 

If not. and you object strongly enough to 
write to Ezra Surf, please do. We are deter- 
mined that before f994 is out we will, 
have reached a formula with which the vast | 
majority of those who pay our salaries aret 
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Users of Woritbencti later than 1.3 can use 
the official Commodore installer program 
which we have especially adapted to de- 
archive (tie contents of the C<tverDisi<s with 
the mirtimial amouni of fuss. 

1>ie instaUer is simple to use; jusl follow the 
instfuctiOins and click the buttons., Mate sure 
you boot from your Co^.-erDsslc wrtli the disk 
wrile enabled wh$n de-arch l^/ing Personal 
Fonts Maker and Epocli Master. 

When installing Spooler and DTree bool 
fnom your Workbench disk or hsni drive as the 
programs are installed onto these disks, 
although any auta-l3C0ling disk will do. 

WDfkJ)ench1.3 

Users with 1 .3 machines shouid double click 
on the lnstallPFM_1.3 to de-archive the 
Persortal Fonts Maker program. We will be 
working to adapl the Commodorie instaHer so 
that it works oni .3 machines in the future. 

Hard drive installation 

Hard drive owners should sirnpjy copy the de- 
archived programs across but will need to 
majke an assign far Personal Fonts Maker to 
work properiy. Load up Ed then ioad the start- 
up-sequence file located! in the S directory. 
Just before [h& LoadWB commar>d type in; 

AisffR PFM: [pathn«it] 

Save the stanup-sequence by pressing Esc - 
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ersonal Fonts Maker is a superb, 
} fully functioning application which 
allows yon to create your own fonts. 
These can be incorporated i^nto your own 
page layouis, used to improve the 
Workbench look or downloaded into & printer 
for finer print qualify. 

After completing the de-archiving proce- 
dure, opeci up the PersonaJ Fonts Maker digk 
icon and then click on the PFM rcon which 
will toad up the appficatwxi. Ignore lbe Audio 
requester by clicking on the Proceed button. 

The interface may look fairly complex at 
first but by following tiiis tutorial carefully yoy 
should be able lo design your own fonts very 
quickly. The interface is split into five differ- 
ent sections, four of which are present on ttie 
main display at all times. 

IWost of the screen is taken up by (he font 
editing grid. This is where you actually creale 



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each character. To the left are the design 
icons and above them the font statistics. 
Beside the mam display there are (he menu 

options at the top of the screen. 

The nrst ihiog to do is to undierstand how 
ihe editing of characters is achieved. 
Characters within a font can either b« on or 
off which IS indieatetf by the button marked 
OFF. When saving PFM fonts only the char- 
acierg marked ON are saved, This saves 
space, unlike Ami^ fonts which save all the 



characters whether Ihey are On or Off. 

Click on the Off button so that it reads C 
and you will notice that the grid change 
colour slightly. This is jusi to inform that yc 
can now go about editing that particuN 
character. 

Move the mouse over Ihe gnd so that th 
pointer turns to a crosshair, click and hcl 
the left mouse button down and move th 
mouse around. This wifi draw pixels onto th 
ghd. Do the same but with the right mous. 



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Duttofi held down and the pixels will be 
maseti. Thiis is the procedure used lo aciual- 
tjf aeate and edii characters. 

It you make a mis lake you can always 
cick on the Urxto button and if you are totally 
trtwppy with your ctiar^cter design, dick on 
9m CLR button which wiil wipe the slate 
dean, so to speak. 

ARROW BUnOHS 

Tf>e character's position within the grid 
c«n t» altered by clicking on ttie tour arrow 
btnonS' to the bottom left, These will scroll 
tie cliaracter i^n the selected direction and 
■tap n around should pixels bie^ off any of 
tif edges. 

You can also fiip the character both verti- 
caly and horizontally by clic}<.ing the buttons 
alongside the scroll buttons.. TJiese will flip 
the character from the centre axis i-n the 

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Apart from the standard drawing of pix- 
■is, you can grab a defined section of the 
character using the brush tool. C'lick the 
brush tool and then drag a box around the 
arga in the grid you wish to grab. Using the 
$afne technique for drawing pixels you can 



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basic drawing: mode simply dick on the 
draw button. 

Using ihe Load Brush option from, the 
Brush menu at the top of the screen you can 
load In pre-designed brushes from popular 
art packages such as Deluxe Painf, Any 
brush can be rotated, flipped and resized 
using the options in Ihe Brush menu, 

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Holtitng can be more time-cortsjming wlieii you have to 
adij the same effect to several characters within a font. 
Fortunately, Personal Fonts Make^r fias the ability to per- 
lorm macros which can tie called to perrornn a certain 

Draw a si^uare on the ec^iting grid and then pre&& Ctri-A. 
1>ie stfuare will be outlined with a Bhadow. This is called a 
rnjcro - a series of comisnands saved as a recording and 
then played back. Let s create a new macro. 

First deaf anything you have entereti into the editing 
grid with the CLR button, Select the Macro menu at the top 
<y{ ttie screen and then select Start Record. 

M M$ point a requester witi appear asking you to select 
a micro. Click on the C: option and then typ9 in ttie name 
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Proceeti button at 

which point the pointer will turn into an M indicating that a 
macro IS h^ing r«<corded Draw a square tmti then reiurfi to 
the Macro menu and select End Record. 

Now CLR the grid and then press Ctrl-C. You should 
have a square on the edltini grid - the exact square you 
drew when recording the macro. You can store the macro 
permanently by selecting Save Macro. 

The Controlled Execution option in the Macro menu 
allows you to perform macro functions over entire fonts at 
a single time. Select the macro you wish to use from Ihe 
requester and then type in which character range you wish 
to effect in tli« From and To bdies. 

When you elicit on Proceed the program will set oft the 
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click on the reduce or enlarge button respec- 
lively. Copying and pasting characters is 
made very easy thanks to Personal Fonts 
Maker's user-friendly interface. To copy an 
icon simply click on the copy to buffer tiut- 
ton and to paste it on the copy from birffer 
button. 

The Or button needs a little more explana- 
tion, and is used primarily with the brush, Kp^ 
scroll and copy buttons. When you Or a 
character with another all the pixels that are 
bfack {on) are drawn but any while pixels 
(off) are ignored. A, prime example is to cut 
an area with the brush and then stamp it 
down elsewhere on the grid, With the Or but- 
ton selected nona of the while pixels will 
cover pixels that were previousty black. The 
best way to see the effect is to experiment 
with a combination of Or and the above 
buttons. 

WINDOW TYPING 

Tho fmal button, and certainly one of the 
most important, is ihe ab button. When you 
click on this a window will appear at the bot- 
tom of the screen. By clicking in this window 
and typing ycMj will be aWe to s«e the effect 
of your designs. 

You can conlinue editing the character 
with the wirKtow open t3uf it you real.ly need 
to get rid off it simply dick on the ab button 
again. 

Now let's take a look at the font gadgets 
above the editing buttons. The first gadget 
is Font, When you first ioad up Personal 
Fonts fii4aker the program autamaticaily 
loads in two fonts, provided you have 
enough memory. 

By clicking on Ihe Font 1/2 symt>ol you 
can alternate between the twc fonts, the 
number of which is displayed alongside the 
ii2 button. 

The Char# gadget allows you to flip 
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font characters occupy 32 10 255, thougti 
there are exceptions to the rule, Use the 
arrows to flip through the characters which 
are shown in the editing grid, Remember to 
tum the corresponding character On isefore 
you begin *:liling. 

The 'horizontal Size of the editing grid can 
be controlled: using the XSize arrows - (he 
min.irri,uni size is 1 . A prQponiion,^! ronl allows 
characters to be designed in different widths. 
The letter I for example would take less 
space than say the letter M. Tfiis also saves 
on storage. 

You can alter the^ spacing between char- 
acters with the Space gadget. This dictates 
how close the following character will be to 
the one you are presently editing. I! also 
inform a the printer how many dots the pnnter 
head has to be moved to the right after the 
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the character when it is printed. The parame- 
ter specifies an offset from the position imme- 
diately followinig the last character which was 
primed or displayed. 

The Delault gadget informs you whir^ ref- 
erence character you are editing. By clicking 
on the releren-ce character you will be pre- 
sented with the quick character selection 
window. 

il you click on a character you will be taken 
back to the main editing screen with that 
character in the editing grid. By clicking, on 
the Mode gadget all ihe characters that are 
Off will tie displayed- You can toggle them On 
and Off by clicking over them with the right 
mouse putton. 

When you are comfortable with the editing 
tools you will no doubt want to design your 
own font. The best step is to first design your- 
self an Amiga font which can to used with 
word processors and on the Workbench 
itself- 

GUIDELINES 

Before you start there i$ one more very 
useful editing tool you should Imow atiout thai 
will make the job easier, Personal Fonts 
Maker provides four special guidelines that 
you can use with Ihe edttsng grid. The guide- 
lines allow you to specify vertical positions 
down the character as a reference aid. They 
help to maintain a coherent relationship from 
one character to another. 

The guidelines should tw positioned at the 
height of ihe capital line, th& mean line, the 
baaeiine and the underline position. To move 
a guideline click on it with the mouse and 
drag it to its new position. 

At the point when you click on the guideline 
a menu will appear showing each one. its 
colour and associated key - F1 to F4. When 
you are ready to release the guideline, press 
the appropriate F key and it will drop into 
position. When you move through the charac- 
ters the guidelines will remain fixed m place- 
To save your Amiga font you should select 
Export Amiga Font, from the Project menu. A 
requester will appear asking you lo type in 
the name of your new font. Click on Proceed 
to save it. 

The requestar looks for the FOMTS direc- 
tory on your Worktjench disk. If you have only 
one floppy drive you may have to perform 
some disk swapping. Second drive and hard 
drive owners needn't wony. 
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The fonts you design In Personal Foi 

Maker are known as bitmap fonts. Th 
are made up of pixels, the smallest imag 
a computer can display. The pixels ca 
eHher be on '(black) or off (white) and on 
the black pixels are displayed when ih 
font is printed or displayed. 

When the computer comes to dispi 
the font the black and white pixeis ai 
converted into binary, which is how coi 
puters operate, OriiginaHy, compute 
could only write fonts in set dimensioi 
but the Amiga has the ability to pnnt foi 
In a variety of widths. 

Outline fonts are made up from mat! 
matical points which indicate lines ar« 
curves. Therefore,, when they a-« 
enlarged or reduced they maintain Thei 
shape, unlike bitmap fonts which beooi 
blocky and unreadable. 

certain text tormatling comnnands to the 
you are currently editing. In order to invok 
formatting option from the menu all 
need to do is to select it. 

A tick indicates thai the opticm has 
selected. To de-select (t simply select 
option once more and the tick will 
removed. 

The Project menu features certain optic 
that all users Of the Personal Fonts Ma'' 
should be tamiliar with. 

The reference character set displa,- 
alongside the Default gadget can be edii 
via the Edit Character Set. This option effi 
lively dumps the reference set into the 
ing buffer so that it can be altered in 
same way you would edit any other fc 
The character set can be saved to rep . 
the one that is loaded by the program. 

The Printer test option allows you 
select from four accompanying opt it 
which act as a printer test so that you 
your font in action. You can choose to 
out a Character or an entire Font. A & 
tion of FFDL printer drivers are supplied . 



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Light 

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Out I ine 

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Subscript 

En larged 

Condensed 

Reverse 

Serif 

I>raft 

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Right to Left 

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PQ gnj three limes, a space and then orice 

Igart. This aflows yoo to s&$ sKadly how Ft 

3 ttie fortK** when surroun-ded by otlier characiers. 

invokjefort pnnts out all ttiose characters that are 

J all yopi^aied On. 

Font Statistics displays a requester con- 
gas bee***^ general informalion on ihe status of 
jlect tti#« current font. At ttie top of the requester is 
: will btOMp indicating ttie On/Off status of each 
ihvacter in ihe (ont. Black asterisl^s are 
n option^sociaied with On characters, light green 
ts Mak^«»erisits with Off characters. 

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je editei ' ' '^^* tmttom ol the requester is valuable 
on effec'""^3tion about Itie font - tiow many char- 
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3d in thi- a acter and the narrowest ctiaracter. 
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font are On, Off and how they should be 
mterpretetJ by the printer. 

Some example FFDL sequences are 
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Personal Fonts Manager disk. You can 
always test the FFDL setting by funning the 
Printer Test options in the Pro|ect menu. 

When the font and FFDL settings are cor- 
rect you can then go about downloading the 
font. Selecting Write Font Data from the 
Project menu, you can either send the lonl 
directly to Itie printer or to a file. 

If you write the font to a file you can send 
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Auttiar: Sam Vee 
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Anyone who has used the PC witi tae 
familiar with the Tree command which 
displays a graphitaJ representation of a 
directory. 

Thanks to Sam Vee. Tree is now 
available for the Amiga in the form of 
DTree. To use DTree users Should 
either boot from their Workbench disk or 
hard drive. When Workbench has 
loaded, insert ihe CoverDisk containing 
the DTree program. 

Open up the DTree drawer and dou- 
ble-click on Ihe tnstallDTree icori. 
Follow the instructions in the installer to 
get DTree up and running. 

For ease of use, DTree should be 
copied to the C directory and njn from 
the Shell using the command: 



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tree dhtli 



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can be used with DTree in order for it to 
dispfay the infomtation you desire. 

Color will display the directory tree in 
colour making it easier to read. Files will 
show all files that are present in any 
directories covered by the path, eg; 

tret color files dhD; 

There are other commands that can be 
used with' DTree and you can find these 
in the accompanying document. 




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Author: J Vande Ginste 
Not Workbench 1.3 

Print spoolers have always been a favourite 
OR the Amiga bui ii seems Shai tlie 
PrirnManagerZ.O program given away on tlie 
January 93 issue of AC has been cau$in9 
quite a few problems. 
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PrirlManager2.0. Spooler allows you to print 
text Pies in the background so thai printing 
doesn't interfere with whatever you're doing 
at the time. 

Spooler features a ver/ user-friendly inter- 
face from which you oar monitor the 
pfogress of yoyr printing and view ary other 
text files that have been stacked. 

To use Spooler users should either boot 
from their Workbench disk or hard drive, 
When Workbench tias loaded insert the 
Cov^erDish containir^ the Spooler program. 

Open up the Spooler drawer and double 
cljci*. on She ln$ta1lSpooler icon. Follow the 
instrucljons sn the installer 10 get Spooler up 
and running. TTie installer will create a direc- 
tory in RAM called Spool and assign SPOOL 

to It. 

II will then ask you H you want to add 
Spooler to your U^r-Starlup file located in 
the S directory. This will add the following 

oommands: 

4 

■akidir r4i:SpML 

run >»1L: tlipnslir PUT: 

If yw copied Spooler to a directory Other than 
C change the last line to reflect your new 
path. 

In order to use Spooler all you need do is 
save Of oopy your lext files into the SPOOL 



directory. Spooter will pick up anything that 
goes to the SPOOL directory and churn it 
out to me phnter. 

A$ an example, let's imagine you have' a 
text file called AhoutMe m a drawer called 
TEXT on the Workbench and you want to 
copy it to Spooler. Voy wouW type: 

CdDy SVilTin/HbdUtllt t« SPMlf 

As soon as the file «s copied into SPOOL 
Spooler would pick it up and inform you in its 
window that it is being printed. If there are 
other text liles already in SPOOL then the 
new one will be stacked above them, When 
a File is piinted iit is erased from the SPOOL 
directory. Belcw is a list of those messages 
and buttons; 

fdle spooler is waiing for a tile 

Pririting A file is being outpul to the 

piirtter. The name of the file 
is displayed in the File- 
Display window. Progress Is 
indicated by a horizontal bar 

Finishing .....This is the same as printing 
but Spooler will end as soon 
s& ihe file is printed 



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Epoch master 111.1 



Author: J Prittihard 
Hot M/QrHrjerch 1 .3 

Almost all Amiga owners have a database, calendar 

and address book, but wouldn't It be useful if all 
these programs were combined into one applica- 
tion? Epoch Master does just ihat. 

Written in Blitz Basic, Epoch Master features a 
calendar which runs from Ihe I6ih Century to the 
year 2999, a powerful address and phone book, 
and a totally programmable sub-database system. 

After de-archiving the program and re-booiing 
your Amiga with the Epoch Master disk in drive 
DFO, simply click on the Epoch ft,/laster icon to load 
the application. 

Oont worry too much at the seemingly complex 
inlerface because it has been designed with ease- 
af-use in mind and looks can be deceiving. 

When you first boot up you will be presented with 
the calemJar interface. If you have a clock on board 
the calendar date will be set to this time. 

There are four main sections lo the calendar: The 
main wlnclow which displays the days ol the week 
with the corresponding dale below; to the right, the 
date selection window which allows you to select 
any year, month and day within Epoch's range; the 
calendar diary at the bottom where you can enter 
specific notes for a specific day; and to the far leh, 
running from top to bottom the main control panel. 

Along the fop of the screen, just below the title 
bar are four buttons which make up the diary's main 
search and delete functions. When you press the 
right mouse button the main control menu is dis- 
played which allows you to control the program and 
create new Epoch files Once Epoch Master has 



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a tile called EpochCal, This is the default file 
and you can save your own files over this so 
thai it is your calendar that is loaded when Epoch 
starts. 

SEARCHING 

If there IS an entry wiihin seven days from the 
present time. Epoch will tell you and you will have 
the option of jumping to thai date or searching for 

more enlries. 

To select a date, simply use the dale selection 
buttons on the right. The buttons indicate the days, 
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clicking on the Year button above the year range 
and typing in a new date. 

Set the date manually by clicking on the button 
next to the System Date button. Enter the date in the 
form dd/mm/yyyy and hit Return. The calendar will 
change to reflect your choice. Clicking on System 
Date will retum the calendar lo the present date. 

Once you have selected a date you can assigfn 
information to it in the diary. In order to enier data all 
you need to do is click in the diary window and type. 

You also have a further five fields to ihe left of the 
diary window where you rain specify a start and fin- 
ish time, an occasiori, a category and a location. If 
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There are 3 variety of options open to 
you when Spooler is in a certain state. 
Ttiese arei 

Idle 

FF Sends a FormFeed to the 

printer 

Printing 

Hall .-„,Slop when (lie current file 

has been primled 

Go ..., Continuing printing after 

b«ing haited 

Skip ,...,. .Stop printing the current file 

and move onto the next 

Halted 

When Spooleif is in tUs Ha it mode you can 
select a new [iiie from the Spooi*rLisl wn- 
dow, Click on tile fiie ii becomes selected- 
Del Removes the selected file 

Icom Ihe SpoolerList and 
deletes ri from SPOOL 

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It appears that there were some problems when pnnting from 
Design Works on (he January issue of Amiga Computing. 
Fortunately, we have discovered what was wreng and have came 
up with a solution. 

The first thing you should do *s boot from your Workbench 
disk or hard drive end open the Shell {Ctll Type in Itie following, 
swapping between ttie Workbench disk end Design Works disk 
when rwcessary; 



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problems. 



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text in the Entry Notes. 

You can search through your calendar using the 
VCR-style control buttons below the main calendar 
display. Fronn here you can also delete entnes for 
specific fields within each date. 

To save, ioad or create a new calendar you need 
to press Ihe right mouse button to bring up the main 
options menu entt select Project, You can quit out 
ot any menus by selecting tlie Q bullon in the 
top-left corner. 

To eriter the address and ptione bcoi( section 
simply click on the Address Book button lo the far 
left of the calendar screen. You will be presented 
wilti the main address and phone book window with 
Ihe current page number and the total number of 
pages used at the top ot ttie screen. 

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field data windows. 

On the right is the General 
information wincfow which 
allows you enter addiiionei 
information about the present 
page. Below the main display 
are a row of buttons which 
make up the search facilities. 

To change the title of a field, 
click il and type itie new name 
in the requester. Enter data by 
clicking in the dale window gncf 
typing in the appropriate infor- 
mation. The same procedure is 
true for the General information 
window. 

As with the calendar, the 
right mouse button brings up 
the main menu. From here you 
can ioad. save or create a new address and phone- 
bock life and perform various search lunclionE. The 
first colurtn of buttons in the main display are used 
for cross referencing searches. 

To access the sub-database system you can 
either select New Sections from the main menu in 
the address and phone booh section or qui! tiack to 
the calendar and select it from the button on the 
far-left. 

The sub-database system is very similar to the 
address and ptione book in many respects and is 
used in much the same way. The major difference 
is Ihat it allows you lo assign a DOS command lo 
each page. 

To add a DOS command, bring up the main 
menu by clicking the right mouse tiutlon. Select Edit 
MK 11 and then Record. Type in the DOS command 
in the requester and then press return. To SKecute 



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the DOS command simply click on the Exec button 
at the far-right of the row of buttons at the bottom 
of the screen, When .the DOS command requester 
appears just hil return. Provided ihe command is 
legal it wilE be executed. 

The search and editing commands used in the 
sub-dalabase system are identical to those used in 
the address and phonebook, if you are impressed 
with Epoch Masier, and no doubt you will be. you 
could always register with the author for just £10 
for which you will receive an updated version 
packed with enhancements and additional func- 
tions and fadlifies. 

Read the documentation for more intormaiion on 
how to register, 



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flm'5 tfm chance to proue mrselF in — 

this emiifsiue demo sf Qfsmf'm IJraphics' — 

fiBroHuBSt seQUsf - The legacti afSorasii! — 



^^^k he Legacy of Sorasil is a fole-piay- 
— B Bfng adventure game in which you 
^LJr lake control ot a group of hardened 
warriors. Made up of barisanans, wizards 
and mages, your team must travetse th& 
land of Sorasil, defeating enemy creatures 
and eventuaily bringing peace to the land. 

This demo version of the game contains 
an entire level for you to explore. Bui 
beware, danger lurks around every corner! 
On booting youf" CoverDisk c&niaining the 
Legacy of SoTasil yoy will be presented with 
tine main oplion screen, The tour icons 
allow you to pfay llie demo, select yojr 
leam, modify your team's statistics and load 
and save games in progress. 

Flrsl you should choose your leam by 
clicking on the icon containing a question 
mark at w^ich point you will be taken to ihe 
character selection screen. Yoy can ctioose 
up to four characters although you can play 
with less if you prefer, 

CHOICES 

To select a characier dick on the arrows 
to flip through the available ctioices. Each 
character will appear in the appropriate win- 
dow. Try and create a varied team made up 
of fighlers and magicians. When you tiave 
made your selection click on the down 
arrow. 

From the main options screen click on 
the icon containing the scales so that you 
can edit your character's statistics. The 
character moditicalion screen contains a 
representation of the character currently 
being modified, his or her stats represented 
In bar form and lo the lett the point alloea- 




lion candle. 

From left to right the bar statistics repre- 
sent body, combat, perception, strength 
and mind. By clicking on the icon$ below 
each bar you will be able to increase l1ie 
selected stat by one. You only have five 
points to allocate represented by the dwin- 
dling candle. 

You can select other characters by click- 
ing on the left and right arrows. Click on 
the down arrow lo finish, Once you are 
happy with your team, click on the door 
icon ifom the main options screen in order 
to enter the game. 

Before you can control your team you 
must give them a destination on the map 
of Sorasil, Your team is indicated by a flag 
and available locations by a flashing cur- 
sor. Click on the cursor and the team will 



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travel lo it. 

As, soon as they have reached their desti- 
nation you will told of your task and then left 
to fend for yourself. The playing screen 
contains everything you will need to play 
the demo. 

To the top-left is the character presently 
under your control, at the botlomi Is the 
option and movement icons and to ths top- 
rig hi is the character's health and magic 
points. 

You can move a character around the 
play area by clicking in the destination or 
selecting the appropriate arrow from the 
movement convpass at the bottom ot the 
screen. Movement lakes only one point. 
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and defence. To engage an enemy in com- 
bat you must stand on an adjacent square, 
click on Ihe sword icon and then on the 
character you wish, to attack. The computer 
will resotve the combat based on your 
statistics. 

All the characters can use magic potions 
and a selected few can use spells. To cast 
a spell or use a potion click on the magic 
icon which will lake you to the magic 
inventory screen. 

Pick up a spell or potion, at which point 
the cursor turns into a pentacle, and then 
click on the exit arrow. You can then click 
on (he enemy character you wish to cast 
the spell on. 

To open doors and look for treasure and 
traps simply click on the appropriate icon. 
You will told if you have found treasure or 
traps and they will be revealed to your 
team. 

Once a charactet has used all his or her 
action points click on the page corner of the 
icon book at the bottom of the screen in 
order to start a new round viJith a new 
character. 

If a character is killed you will have the 
option ot sharing out their equipment to the 
other characters in the party. 



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„j„u. ^"i^i processing fonls. Anti^ci 

Jhiils andjimts cfvuted wUh ihe Persomil 

Fonts Maker can he transferred ta the 

printer memory ami printed at maxi- 

mitm qitality and speed. 

This great program can outpiii , 
fonts in Jhnnais which can t)e read by . 
Qtber Amiga programs, 
by other computers , 

and also by a msi ran^e of differing . 
printers (eren laser printers}, it can . 
handle IFF graphics, if is possible, fur * 
example, to u^rk on typographical fonts ^ 
inpii t fmm a sea n ) i ing dei ice. \ 

RepetUk'e iransfomjafions i»t characters or\ 
entire fonts can 
recorded, stored and exe 

en ted its macms. A special ' .„ ^ 

programming language < 
can Ije used to define the format in nbich 
fonts are to l?esamd orseJit to a printer. 
The Personal Fonts Maker package 
includes a multitude of originul fonts and support tools li^' the 
Printer Driver. Modifier, which allows the user to personalise 
printer drit^'rs. 

Its fx)th easy and fan to tvork with, thanks to the elegant and 
in tit it ire user interface. The manual is fait of e.xaiHples and 
inttXHluctoty stx't ions for noince users, and comes complete with 
tech n ical info nna lion fur A in iga vxpetls. 

Personal Fonts Maker works in black and 
li'hite. The Colour Kxteusiofis disk adds poiv- 
erful colour font processing capahilities to the 
basic paci^ige. Most of Personal Paint's edit- 
ing tools have been incorporated into the 
package. Fortheftfst time, it is po.'^sifjle to 



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The de-arcliiving proc&dure has been much 
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official Commodore in-slatier program with 
ihat of Wortbenches 2.0 and 3.0. 

The installer program is designed to be 
powerful yet simple for the beginner and fea- 
tures a user-frtsndly inlerface allowing you la 
de-archive programs and install utililiias with a 
minimum amounlof fuss. 

Always boot from your CoverDisk when 
de-arcJiiving applications and make sure your 
^sk is write-ertaWed {nol write-protecied)! 

Tfie installer programs can be located via 
the Install (con witfi the appropnale name, eg; 

Inxtum 

To run, simply doubie-click on the icon which 
will load up the installer program. 

Using the installer 

ignore ti^e buttons that appear when the 
installer program boots up and simply click on 
the Proceed button. The program wilJ then 
copy the necessary files to RAM. 

Once Ihis has finished the inslaller will 
inform you that it i$ about to formal a disk in 
DFO. Click on Proceed at which point you 
will be told to insert a blank disk ready for 
formatting. 

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When l^e application has been de- 
archived you will be told where the de- 
arc^jived files are, Cfick once again on 
Proceed to fin isli. 

If at any time you are unsure as to 
whether you want io continue iimsialling you 
can click on the Abort Install button. 

Occasionally, utilities may need to add 
instnjctkjns to your User-Slartup file located 
in the S directory so that they will function 
correctly. If you want to add the instruciions, 
clKk on Proceed when prompted. 




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wrsle-enabled (not write- protected)! The inistaller pro- 
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continue, "n" if you don't. 
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Installing WB 1.3 Utilities 

Boot your mactiiine with any aoto-boottng disk tsuch as 
your hard drive or Workbench disk) and then insert th« 
CoverDisk. 

Utilities can be installed by clicking on their Installl 
icon but yoy cannot specify Itieir location and any addh 
tions to the Startup- Sequence must be done manually, 

When installed, the uiiiiiies are copied to a drawer 
called ACUtils on the disk you booted from. If you are 
installing utilities Io your Workbench disk, make sure 
that you nave sufficient space, 



It is tfilatly important that ihe disk you 
boot ycHjr Amiga fro«n Is writfr-enabtett 
(not write-protecte<d) when using the 
CoverO^sks. 

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command and not an error on the pari 
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Installing utilities 

Ttie procedure for insiaiilng ulilities is much 
Ihe same as installing applications except 
that you can boot from your hard drive or 
Worktiench disk. As ulilities don't need to be 
de-archived, you are asked to specify a 
directory on your hard drive or Workbench 
disk where you would like to install them. 

If you don'i want to install lo the default 
directory you can change it by clicking on 
Change DesNnation, The Show Drives but- 
ton will allow you to select a new device and 
directory. You can create a new drawer for 
your utility to go in by clicking on the Make 
New Drawer button and typing in the name. 

A1 times you may be asked if you want lo 
install a utility's documentation. A tick box 
indicates that the docurnentation is selected 
for inclusion but you 'Can click on the box to 
i-gnore it or simply click on the Skip This Part 
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w@lve months of deter- 
mined gloom on tJie 
pan of many in the 
Amiga indystFV, o&u- 
r ed lo a deep recession 
and ComrriO'dore's receni; 
financial crisis, may have 
ed Same of our readers 
'c believe thai the 
Amiga's future is nothirtg 
ixit bteak. 

The facts as we see 
tt»em today paint a very 
cWerent prclure: Ttie suc- 
cess of the A1200, and 
CD32*s capture of the 
t agosl slice of the fledg- 
■''4 CD-ROM market, look 
■.=r to gir^/e Commoctore a sta- 
tiase from which to develop 
Amiga into the late 90s. 
"Where do we go from here?" is 
" the most pressing question on 
3t users' lips, however, and in an 
''impt to gauge ttie mood' and direction 
'he industry we set out to ask a number ot 
Justry insiders to give us their view of the 
Am»ga and its f utur^. 

^*ie first and most cheering impression is \he 
. ' tiegree of optimism present aanon-g those 
.'.rio make their living from the machine, 
^ Cespite the short-sighted view taken by 
H&ome US companies, many of whom have^< 
^■never appreciated ttie im:portartce of Ihe'j^ 
^Fc .-.^".n.arj markei, most UK fiirms we, 
B ned had adopted a positive out- 

^ look 

=^9cenl figures siTowing the Amiga as 
jng front-runner in the games rtiar- 
-.iii have helped boost things further, 
and general confidenco seems to be 
on an upward trend. 




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intense campetitian, and 

Cammadare's financial 

iuaes. the Rmiga 

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Amiga Camputliig 

- fvlAY 1 994 



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Now Britain's biggest importer ot Amiga soft- 

ware, Meridian Distnbution sell aimost every- 
thing from basic pamt programs to li-igh-end 
music and graphics packages, and are Hiere- 
fore in a good position to cas! a weather eye 
over the market as a whole. 

I spolto to Meridian's Rue Stanley, whose 
disposition remains staunchly ctieeriul al all 
times, and ashed her how tilings were com- 
pared to the good oid A500 boom days, 

Competed to the boom period of the 
ASOO's heyday, how healthy would you s&y 
today's market Is? 

The Amiga market is very heaithy. In fact, irt 
the years that we have iDeen selling soltwane 
our business tias doubled. 

In which areas do you tsel that thg Amiga 
is currently strongest mod weakest? 

I considor the main strengths of the Amiga to 
be iri the video market for titling, animatwn. 
tiome office use, PTP, and so on. Networlting 
and business applications are the least 
exploited areas. 

Hptv cortfident da you feet about the mar- 
ket for the next two years? 

I am very conlident about the Amiga and I'm 
looking forward to mtfodycing many new 
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(^ tftd way, MmriiHan arm hmpfnf MJlJi Amia» 

Can you provide a rough guide to th@ rise 
and fad in sales sincm 1990. and which 
types ot txardware and software haife fared 
wetl or ttadly? 

The software products that have fared particu- 
larly well are graphics packages, word proces- 
sors. DTP, animation, and programming tools. 

How wsil woufd you say the new Amlges 
Br0 doing? Do you lool( forward to the AAA 
machines, and is new technology strength- 
ening the marltet or contusing it? 

I Ihmk Ihat the new Amigas are doing very 
well, and we are looking forward to the new 
machines. I beliewe that technology strength- 
ens the marttet and gives il a chance to grow. 

Wf}at can Commodore do to improve your 
confidence in ffte Amiga? 

They need to shout louder about how great 
they are, MuHimedia is the iaiest buzzword in 

the PC market. The Amiga has had brilliant 
multimedia capabilities for years, but general 
awareness of this Is still too low in the comput- 
er market place. 



flmiga [entre S[atlanil 

Martin Lowe and ACS have for years been 
involved at the high-end of the Amiga market 
in broadcast TV and video, developing the 
Harlequin 3£-bit card for that purpose and 
distributing a range of graphics packages, 
^/ideo add-ona, and other professional prod- 
ucts, 

As a specialist organisation servicing what 
for the Amiga is still a relatively small market 



ACS hav/e therefore fell rrore 

frustration than most at 
Commodore's lack of mar- 
keting momenlum. 

I asked the same ques- 
tions as those I put to Rue 
Stanley, and bis answers ^ 
offer an interesting con- 
Irast to the view from the *" 
middle of the market- 
Compared' to thie boom pariod 



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The days when approaching Commodore executives 
and asking them for information w>as akm to a frontal 
assault on a machine gun nest are well and truly over, 
and in today's more enlightened atmosphere it seems 
that you only have to phone and say hello to be buried 
in facts and figures. 

Commodore (UK) boss David Pieasance has been 
one of the most open and informative executives since 
taking over the home computer world's equivalent of 
ihe England football managership, and on the 
subject of the Amiga's future he can be refreshingly 
forthcoming. 

I asked him a range of questions on this and on the 
state of the market in general, and touched on the 
painful subjecl of past mistakes, His answefs reflect 
Ihe growing mood ot confidence that the Amiga, hav- 
ing survived a world recession and a few bad patches 
of its own, is still the number one home computer in 
Europe. 

MISTAKES 

Starting with past marketing initiatives and ihe rela- 
tive failure of the Amiga in some productivity areas, 
David admitted that Commodore had made mistakes- 

"We have never successfully segregaled (tie Amiga 
range, and the high-end machines have struggled to 
shrug oft the image that the Amiga is a glorified toy - 
we were marketing the product entirely wrongly," he 
told me, 

"I believe we are on ihe verge of successfully doing 
that for the first time, Macs and PCs have always 
offered a complele solution for £6,000 or E7,000 
including the extra hardware, whereas we have sold 
the Amiga 4000 as a standalone product at E2,000. 

''The purpose ot ihe A,C,E, initiative {see panel) Is to 
gather all our third-party hardware and software exper- 
tise under one umbrella for ihe lirst (ime- 



"As we start marketing this concept we should be 
taken much more seriously, We will have five or six 
A-C-E- centres within three months, which is part of a 
master plan we've been working on for some time." 

With the high -end and future devetopments in mind, i 
aske-d David when the AAA chip sel would be available 
and what the next range of Amigas would look like. 
There have, for instance, been rumours that AAA was 
being dropped. 

"Absolutely not, AAA is integral (o our future. We lost 
a couple of good engineers which set us back a bit, but 
the first AAA machine should now be released in the 
Spring of 1995." 

And are Commodore still taking the Rise route? 

"Yes. We are taking a Rise core and adding a 3D 




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Amiga Comiiuting 



MAY 1 994 



ot th0 ASOO's heyday, how 
heafthy would you say 
today 's market is ? 

Rather precarious. 

In which areas do you 
feel that the Amiga is 
currently strongest and 
weakest? 

It is strongest in games and 

the home compiler area, 

bul weakest in professional 

broadcast videographics, and 

commercial and educational 

multimedia, 

How contident do you fee! 

About the market tor the 
, next two years? 

Not very, unless Commodore 

is radicaJiy changed. 

tn which directions do you predict that 
ttte market wlli move? 

Towards the total Integration of TV, video, 

audio, and oomputers. 

Cait you provide a rough guide to th0 rise 
and fall in sales einea 1$S0, and which 
types of hardware and software have 
fared weU or badly? 

WeVe only involved in the area of graphics 



and viddOr but this l^as don« reasonably well 
despite lack of interest and support from 
Commodore UK. 

How w0il would yau say the new Amlgas 
are doing? Do you look forward to 
the AAA mBchines, and is new technolo- 
gy strengthening the market or confusing 
it? 

The A4000 is a great machine techntcally, 
but crippled by a marketing and pridng poli- 
cy which means no professional dealer 
would totioh it with a barge-pole. 

Again, the technology ot the AAA chips Is 
very excltiirtg, but Commodore engineering 
don't have the resources to develop it prop- 
erty. New technology is essenMat tor ttie sur- 
vivaJ of the Amiga, 

What can Commodore do to improve 
your confiderTce in tlie Amiga? 

Commodore UK needs strgtegic Ihinking and 
planning rather than quarterly sales targets. 
It needs marketing expertise covering botti 
the professional and the consumer markets; . 
to recruit a base of professional dealers; to 
support proven quality products and di&alers 
rather than hara-brained schemes and 
vapounware; la encourage third party devel- 
opers; to price the Amiga s*ensibly; and to tell 
the public, dealers, and developers what 
they are doing, 



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rendering engine 

surrounded by the AAA chip 

set. This allows complete compalibifi- 

ty with Windows NT and the existing Amiga." 

Will you t3e using the Motorola PowerPC chip? 
"Wo. We are deveioping oyr own chip in atlegiance 
with a couple of weli-known companies {David 
refused to be drawn on their exact identities) and we 
should have a high-end graphics workstation which is 
tar ahead of the present A4000 in tentis of pcwer." 

So what about the home markel ar^d the machines 
on which Commodiore is building its future? Was he 
happy with the sales of A1200 and CD32 machines? 

"We're ejftremeiy happy with the A120O, w^tiieh has 
Surpassed all oxir expectations despite the fact that 
weVe never advertised it. With the low price and ttie 
bundles we've produced, it is Belling ali year round 
rather than just at Christmas. 

"0032 is disappointing because the COrtSOl© market 
has bean down on predictions. Sega and fathers are 
about 40 per cent down as far as we can tell, but 
we're encouraged ttiat we have the lion's share of the 
CD market (44 per cent according to Gallup). 
Basically, we've proven Itie cynics wrong." 

And you're confident Hiat you can retain your mar- 
ket share? 

"We're in pole position for an excellent Christmas. 



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3DO has been an absolute flop in the 

Slates, and Jaguar is seeing a lew level 

of support because developers aren't keen 

on a new cartridge-based system, so our only 

real competitor is CD-i." 

This reflects the comforting ihought thai the 

Amiga has already proved itself a tough street fighter 
by pushing the ST into an early grave and leaving no 
room for the ill-fated Falcon, so with the PC still a more 
expensive option there is precious little othar cam;peii- 
tion. 

So long as there is a market for a quality Inexpensive 
home computer, the Ami^ga should sell well. But exactly 
how well is it selling? 

"We're not releasing exact figures because we want 
to keep our marketing information to ourselves lor the 
time being," David replied guardedly, "bul I can tell you 
we have 93 per cent of the home computer market 
under the £500 mail';. The Mareh 1094 Which? maga- 
zine votes the A1200 best all-rcund home computer in 
that price band." 

And will the A1200 continue in Its present form or will 
we see upgrades? 

"Probably the biggest mistake we made was the 
quicf^ jump from A50O lo A500 Plus then AGOO, which 
confused a lot of people. We won't be doing that again, 
but developments from !he new high-end Amlgas will 
migrate downwards to the home machines over time. 
Any new machine with better specifications will be 
priced above the A1200." 



Hli. in the liole 



The Amiga Centre of Excellence initiatiive, 
Commodore's latest attempt to promote the 
Amiga as a serious tool, is possibly iheir only 
concerted effort so far to bring logelher the best 
third-parly software and hardware together 
under one umbrella and give the Amiga a 
chance to show ItseM off at its best, 

In the pasi, pi-ospective end users have had 
to rely on magazines for second-hand informa- 
tion, or computer shows for brief firsl-hand 
glimpses of equipment which is usually scat- 
tered across several Stands In a large haJl. 

The Ttrst A.C.E. site to get off the ground Is 
based in Pentrefoelas, north Wales, artd should 
hopefully be folliowed by several others over the 
next few months. 

Situated in a large renovated stable block, 
part of an award winning village regeneration 
project, the centre offers a starts technological 
contrast to the surrciunding Welsh countryside. 

I put it to Peter Simunovic, the centre's 
Croatlan-bom managing director, that he was a 
little oft the beaten track. 

":Nol at all Because of the M56 and A55, 
we're less than two hours from Mandiester air- 
port, which is the same time it takes to get fixsm 
Qatwick or Heal h row to ihe centre of London. 
We don't have many traffic jams around here." 

And did he predict success in luring clients 
out of London into the wilds of Clywd? 

"Certainly. I compleied a major multimedia 
pro|ect with the North Wales Tourist Board 
before we opened' here, and we're talking to 
other Welsh organisations and the Scottish 
Tourist Soa^d, 

What A.C.E. aJso offers, 1 soon discovered, is 
a wealth of tfie best Amiga hardware and soft- 




Bill Owan (iBftI and Pvtmr Siraanavis, ai tfw 
fMurtcA Of Ut* firtt Aiii4gi« Ctittrm Of Sxe^nmiic^ 

ware around. A4000s and ASOOOs packed with 
everything from the new Mo-Miga 1.2 gigabyte 
ophcai drive, to VLab digilisers and GVP IVS4 
cards bedecked the main demo room as inler- 
esfed locals watched the cream of Amiga 
equipnrtent put through its paces. 

Probably the most heanenirtg aspect of this 
sort of eolieciton is that there was hardly a 
question one could imagine remaining unan- 
swered tjy al least one of the expanded Amigas 
being displayed. 

One !person walked home with a colour print 
of hersetf thanks to a Sony camcorder, VLab, 
and Ihe Primera printer, while others explored 
the London underground system using Mick 
Tinker's superb CD32-based tcwchscreen infor- 
mation program. As the A.C.E. programme 
gathers steam, and further centres open in other 
areas of the country, we should see a general 
improvement in the Amiga's productivii;y image. 



AniiDa Compiitinq 



MAY 1BS4 



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Be<tford-based Power Computing have been work- 
ing iri the Amiga market for over tiwe years, devel- 
oping their own range ot hard drive, RAM, and 
scanner periptierals, and dist rib u ting a range of 
productivity add-ons covering everything from the 
low end of the spectrum to expensive A4 fla1t>ed 
scanner^ and laser printers. 

TTiey are smacl< tiang in IItb middle of ttie market 
and in an idea3 position to Judge the way in wtiii^ 
the Amiga is developing, so I asked Power's capo 
d c^pi, Tony laniri;. not generally known for his reti- 
cence, to answer ite same seven questions put to 
Martin Lowe and Rue Stanley. 

Compared to tho boom period of the ASOO's 
heyday, how healthy would you say today's 
market is? 

yery healthy. The release of the A1 200/4000 
poured new life into the Amiga and it hasn't looked 
back ^ince. 

In which sfess do you feel that the Amiga is 
currently strongest and weakest? 

The problem is that very few people take it serious- 
ly. Commodore arc now actively trying to enhance 
the Amiga's reputalion and push il further into Uie 
serious market, The games image is left aver from 
A50Q (^ys and is very diflicult to shake off. 

The strongest area has lo be graphics and video 
applications. Where else can you gel a full 24-bit 
card for less ttian E3007 Multimedia packages such 
as Scala are virtually unequalled, Mpeg tioards are 
now available, and FMV on the CD32 gives inoredi- 
l>le scope for software. 



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Andy Bishop and Andy Gould are the men 
behind Premier Vision, a company specjal- 
ising in muliimedia, music, and graphica 
applications, selling projects to companies 
such as Granada Television and British 
Gas. 

Recently, however, the two Andies decid- 
ed to make their own move alongside the 
A.C-E. initiative to give the Amiga a boost in 





move even further towards graphics ^i 
and video applications. 

Cart you provide a rough guide to 
the rise and tail Irt sales since 1990, 
and which types of hardware and soft- 
ware have fared well or l3ediy? 
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How confident do you feel about She market for 
the next two years? 

Confidence at Power has never been higher. We 
will continue to develop for the Amiga, and the 
release of the AAA Rise-based, NT -compatible 
machines next year gives plenty of scope for the 
next few years. Atso, Commodore are restructuring 
and Dauid Pleasance is doing an excellent job. 

In which directions do you predict that ttie mar- 
ket will move? 

We believe the games market will move towards 
your massive graphics adventure game that oozes 
realism. The professional side of the market will 



How well would you say the new 
Amigee are doing? Do you look for- 
ward to the AAA machines, and is 
new technology strengthening the mar- 
ket or confusing it? 

The A1200 is a success story. For your money you 
got a fantastic all-round machine, and the A40O0, 
though too expensive for most pockets, is a mean 
machine. 

CD32 is selling well, even with the lack of any 
real CD games (most are just updated A 1200 
games), and the launch of FMV opens up new 
avenues for pop music and videos. Any new tech- 
nology such as AAA will certainly strengthen the 
Amiga's position. 

What can Commodore do to improve your confi- 
dence in the Amiga? 

Had you asked this question six months ago, I 
would have said "take the Amiga seriousiy", hut now 
I'm pleased to say that Commodore are actively 
pushing the Amiga into the serious market place 
and concentrating on multimedia where the Amiga 
excels. 




the serious martlet, The result was the first 
of a series of regular seminars, held at 
King's College, London, on March 14, 
which was attended by leading developers 



in the Amiga Industry and a gaggle of 

interested video experts frorrii, among oth- 
ers, the BBC and ITV. 

They were treated to a display of high- 
end Amiga video and multimedia technolo- 
gy induding Hellfrich Internationai's new 




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Peggy Plufi Mpeg card and 
a new Jpeg digital video 
card, DPS's stunning 
Personal Animation 
Recorder, the Mc-Miga 
1.2Qb (yes, gigabyte) opti- 
cal drive, Sunrize's AD516 

sound card. Bars S, Pipes 



Professional, Zen techndOigy'a broadcast- 
standard character generator, and Scala 
MM300. 

Tlie effect was impressive, and the 
movement towards this sort of non-partisan 
seminar approach, where products are 
allowed to speak eloquently for themselves 
t>efore a live audience, sfiouid see a great 




improvement in the Amiga's high-end pno- 
nie. Judging from the many searching ques- 
tions asked by the video professionals in 
I he crowd, interest levels were certainly 
high enough to haJI itie idea as a great suc- 
cess. 

As Mr Bishop pul it: "If we don't do this 
sort of thing, who wiU?" £? 



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the Amiga still holds 50 per cent of 
games market, and has a headsfart 
CD-ROM with CD3;3, the machine's 
leisure lalents seem set to carry on 
delightingi new owners for some tima 
to come. 

Worries over the US and 
' European markets aside, the 
Amiga has a firm hold in the UK, and 
Commodore's better late Ihan never awai^en- 
ing toward.^ promoting the Amiga in video and 
miiliimedia should reap some sort of reward 
sooner or later. 

IMPROVEMENT 

It Is too soon to say whether Commodore's 
long neglect of the machine's high-end poten- 
tial has caused too much damage for A.C-E. or 
companies such a$ Premier Vision to over- 
come, but since the Commodore PC range 
was dropped and the Amiga concentrated on 
as Ihe company's only hope of survival, we 
have seen a huge irnprovement in both effort 
and attitude. 

Christmas 1994 wiil he the testing time. If 
CD32 scores a big success as Commodore 
predict, and the At 200 continues to sell 
strongly, neittier of which seem unreasonathle 
hopes, Commodore UK al least should finish 
the year on mucti firmer ground than they 
started it, 

However, further efforis in marketing and 
pro^otiQf» Si's required to make up the ground 
lost during the ASOO boom when a blinkered 
management sat back on what proved to be 
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eeently there's be«n a great deal of 
eonfu^iorb at the very mention of 
FMV, Ai first it sounds like a liype 
meltiod lo l<icl^-start the sales of CO 
driyen consoiies, but on closer axaminatiofi if 
couid to prove one of llie most important 
innovations for a long wfiiie, 

Many of you wiii remember tfie batlte of 
the video formats at the turn of ttie aOs, a 
war that saw young systems lil^e Beiamax 
and Philips 2000 go to early celiuioid 
graves. 

Not wishing 10 repeat sucti corporate 
genocide, many of the ieading lights of the 
eiectrical wortd have come togeti^er to agree 
a standard formal to which they can ail 
comply. 

AHhough Philips were the first company to 
produce a commercially avaiiaPie system, 
I hay too have adjusted their machines to 
comply with ttiis new standard. 

This means tiiai wfiether you're using a 
CD32, CDi,, 3D0 or a PC with a CD-ROM 
drive you'd be able to enjoy any Video CD 
fMe, 

However, it should t>e noted that tfie Video 
CD standard only applies to linear nonnnter- 
active software. Games software will still 



remain exclusive to tlie system it was for. 

Technics have already unveiled ihiiee pro- 
totype Video CD players at ttie Consumer 
Electronics Stiow held in Las Vegas last 
January: a mini system with a huift-in player, 

Since Commodore released; its Full Molion 

Video carlndge, a new world of opportunilies 
has opened up. Digilaf lectinology fias 
spawned complelely revolulionafy forms of 
efitsrtairment, 

Hollywood has just opened ils e'l/es to Its 
new toy and many of the major studios are 
beGomirig aclively involved in inleractive 
ijiovies- 

Now, movie tie-ins really are becoming 
rtiovie lio-ins. Not oniy are games including 
(outage from movies, but actors are actually 
filming exlra fooiage for specific inclusion in 
§ames, 

Sylvester Stallorte has already b&en filmed 
against a blue screen for Virgin's cot* version. o( 
DenioSiim Mar?, 

Lawnfiiower Mar? 2 is being developed 
simultaneousiy wilh ttie computer game 
lipence and incorporales some ol the comput- 



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a portable player wiih a flip-up LCD scnaen 
and a five-disc multi-playef. 

As D response to tinese activities tine music 
industry have announced thai {hsy will be 
adopting the system. Picture Music 
international [part of ENl\} have announced 
Iheir first baiGh of feleases. 

The straight reissues are Queen's Box ot 
Flix (Uiree discs); David Bowie's The Video 
collection: artd Pink Floyd's Delicaie Sound of 
Thunder. 

Updated titles will see Tina Turner, Iron 
IMaiden and Itie Pet Shop Boys all undergo- 
ing some minor surgery (not before time) 
before going an sale. 

BMG, who fall under RCA's massive cofpo- 
rat© umbrella, also plan to release a number 
of lill^. Although Euryltimics is Itie only cxin- 
firmed release, at least another threei are 
pfomised. 

Meanwhile^ CD32-compa1ible products 
from Philips are reaching the shops. Priced at 
anourKJ £16, their current releases inolude the 
movies Patriot Games, Black Rain, Top Gun, 
St&r Treic Vi, Naked Qun 2'A with Gtiosi, 
Fatal Attfaciion and Hunt for fJed Odober in 
tine for an April relea^ date, 

Widi a million systems expected lo be in 
the home by line end of 1 994. even computef 




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er-generafeBJ VR film, However, American companies Media 
Vision and HypertDl« 3tudie& tiave laker a joint decision to 
ptjsli the cinema <}oors a little furtl)er open with virtual Cinema. 
"Ttw syilhesis ol the film and the nover. Virtual Cirema is a 
software engine wtich places the user in a 3S0 degree envlfon- 
imert with access lo Ihe personal Ihoughls of the characters 
involved. Using live actors, (t]i& irleractive software asks you to 
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software houses are keen to get Into the act. 
It's njmoured that at leasi 14 of the Manga 
titles have been signed up, including Akir^, 
Fi$tofth0 Worfftsfarand the Dom/n/on series. 

Wlhile things are being kept tightly under 
wraps, an industry irtsider had this to say: 

"We thinl< that the format will attract new 
users, and one way of attracting them lo buy- 
ing an FIMV module for their CD32's is by 
reieasirkg a range of anirr^ted litms ." 

BMG and PMI's Video CD's music titles 
are being produced by Omnimedia, a oompa- 
ny who are more just a little familiiar with CD- 
driven multimedia software. 

Not only have they been responsible for 
British Airways interactive CD training manu 
al, taut are now gearing themselves lowardij 
releasing tKles of their own. 

First ofl the pnoduotion line will t>e an inter- 
active novel for children, Tressure Hunt, by A 
J Wood, contains many different aspects of 
FMV technology, Omnimedia's Artistic 
Director, Yvonne Cavalier, revealed more: 

"• Treasure Hunt's an interactive book, it's a 
bit of everything. It'll use a blerid of tradFtkmal 
animation in conjunction with original 
lllusirations, 

"YotJ basically follow a fairly linear story- 
line, until you reach a siill screen, This will 
ask you to solve sorrve puzzles which will help 
t$v^^\ the location of the treasure/ 

A sequel, which works on the same 
premise, has already started jifiodyction, and 
another educational disc called Toy Shop 
based on the National CurriculLtm is due for 
release priced at around the £25. Al*? 



ters, and studjf Itielr personalities and thoughis. The first inle*- 
active movie lor a hon^e machin& will be ihe Hitchcocltian 
thriller Voyieirron the Philips CDi. Starring Robert Gulp and 
Grace Zabfiskie, Voyeur fives 65 minutes of live action foolage 
using same 47,000 Ifames of broadcast quality video. 

Some of Ihe biggesi names in ihe movie industry are 
becoming eKit&d al the potenNal FMV gives. Syd Meatf of 
Bfade Humst lame is wori^irig on a title called Cyibewce, arid 
even Steven Spielberg is now involved on a project called 
The Dig. 

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I nee the release of Wordworlh 2, 
the Amiga word processor market 

. has been moving forward at a fair 

old pace, and competition from Soltwood's 
Final Copy ar^d Final Writer packages has 
made Ihe tussle for top spot an entertaining 
spi&ctator sport. 

In response to Final Writer, version two 
of which we'll be eKamining next month, 
□igita have come up with Wordworth 3 and 
a ho&t of new design and layout teatufes. 

Always quite strong on the pure word- 
crunching front, Wordworlh has m the past 
suffered by comparison to Softwood's pack- 
ages in the design and graphics fronts. 

Lack of integfal drawing functions and a 
general sluggishness when handling any 
graphics containing more than 16 colours 
se^yerely restricted the program's use as a 
DTP or layout tool, and most of the new 
features found In v3 have beerr targeted at 
this weakness. - 

As a package, the new box contains a 
bonus set of official Agfa Intellifonts, 50 in 
all, and Digitals version of Wolf Faust's 
Prim Manager program, whicti you may 
remember seeing in its shareware clothes 
on a recent ,4CCoverDisk. 

This easy-to-use print spooler coupled lo 
a respectable list of high quality fonts 
makes for a solid and useful freebie, and 
compares well to the exiras offer&d by other 
packages, 

The program uses Commodore's installer 
and continues to offer floppy disk inaialla- 
tion, though using such a complex package 
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downs or worse. As an aid to those stuck 
with floppies or who have precious little 
hard drive space, minimum and custom 
configurations are also offered. 

Custom insiflflalion is the most useful of 
the two, and allows the user to specify 
which loader and saver modules will be 
installed. For example, if you had no plans 
to use the TrueType font formal, a mainly 
Mac and PC format which Wordworlh 3 
now supports, you needn't install the filter 
which enables the program to^ read these 
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MODULES 

By carefully selecting which document, 
font, and graphic import modules to install, 
it is possible to save quite a bit of space, 
though minimum installation is probably still 
best for those restricted to floppy drives. 

If fully installed, be prepared to see 
Wordworfh 3 gobble up about 3Mb of hard 
drive space, and another 4Mb if all 50 
Intellifonts are copied to hard drive. 

Once installed and the program has been 
serialised, one's first sigfit of the new 
screen layout can come with a hint of d^/d 
™, so similar does it appear to Fnal Writer. 

A bank of colourful and very neatly drawn 
buttons down the left-hand side of the 
screen and the new njler with tools for foni, 
justilication, and text styles gives 
Wordworlh 3 a very snazzy modern look. 

Pages are represented, complete with 
drop shadow, as sfieets on a larger desk- 
top, across which the user can scroll if a 
document has more than one page. 





Documents can Ije set up so that pages 
appear sequentially one below the other in 
the usual style, or four across to accommo- 
date double-sided pages and brochure or 
magazine-style layout. 

When four across is the chosen display 
method, jumping from one page to the 
other can be achieved by using the scroll 
bars to move left and right, a method which 
is very useful when ediling a double page 
spread, though not neaify as useful as the 
e»:cellenf variable zoom. 

This new feature offers & number of 
viewing magnifications, from 25 to 400 per 
cent, with every setting in between at the 
user's discretion. In other words, no matter 
which font, screen mode, or page size is 
used, there is always a view magnification 
which fits the (iocument being edited, and 
this is a great improvement over 
Word worth 2. Another very useful tweak is 
the removal of the text style {bold, italic. 




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can be found on most modem packages. 

They are joined there by an all-new pair 
of drop down menus for font and font Size. 
which make choo^iing a font much easier 
and quicker ihart before. 

Drop down menus {or lists) are an a(i- 
Found and consistent design approach for 
Wordworth 3, and can be found wJlerSiver 
ih&re is. a choice of more than one item 
from a requester or gadget, hut the font 
selection list Is easily the most useful appli- 
cation of the lot. 

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make a time-consuming search through 
your fonts, ali those that Wordworth 3 will 
use can be found in the drop down list, from 
where a new font is easify selected. 

The new design and drawing tools are 
many and varied, some more useful than 
others, but ail are welcome additions to a 
modern word processor. They are grouped 
loosely under the title of Objects, including all 
siruclured drawing tools, text effects, and 
tables. Of most use In page layout and as an 
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feature. Creating an objecl can be accom- 
plished either by using t^e Object menu or 

siimmoninf the ftoating object tool box by 
clicking on the appropriate button from the 
button strip. Choosing the text frame icon 
and dragging a box out on screen places a 
blank best of any siae anywheiie on-screen. ■ 

A huge advantage with the Wordworth 3 
text frames is that they can contain any 
number of lines of tetct, so proper headline- 
style boxes are possible, unlike the more 
nestrictivp Final Writer tex! frames. 

In addition, each frame can have multiple 
columns and any fill, bofder, and font styles 
avaWatAe to nornial text on the page, so that 





a complete document can be built 

out of them. This flexibility puts 
Wortlwonh 3 fifflfily into the DTP arena, and 
though It's still not up to the likes of 
PageSetter 3, there isn't enough difference 
when creating most documents to warrant 
the user owning both packages. For a great 
many simple and some not-so-simple docu- 
ment types, Wordworth 3 would be perfectly 
adequate. 

Also brand new is the extensive text 
effects option, capable of some weird 
resutts which may or may not be useful 
depending on just how wacky your page 
layout requirements are. In a similar man- 
ner to text frames, text effects are added as 
objects and have iheir own requester which 
controls the final effect. 

When Ihe frame is first placed, a quick 
double cfick reveals the requester, into 
which the user types the text to which an 
effect is to be applied, then selects from 
one of five effects, line, circte. arc, spiral in, 
and spiral out. A selection of presets is 
available for quick formatting, but there's 
plenty of scope for experimeniatton. 

All effects frames can be rotated to the 




exact angle of the user's choosing, and 
shadows can. be added with their offsets 
also controlled to the last millimetre. 

As a bonus, those with colour output in 
mind can have the text start in one colour 
and gradually change to another for a gradi- 
ent effect, and if this isn't enough, the indi- 
vidual letters car be set at a specific rota- 
tion from the baseline. 

Though just a little tjit dinky and of limited 
use in most documents, the lext effect fea- 
ture is very handy when ereatling a letter- 
head, fax header, or other layout in which a 
logo ot some sort is required. Even if not 
used, it is great fun to play around with. 

TABLES 

The last new feature available as an 
object is Ihe table generator, with which 
users can quickly create a simple table of a 
user-defined number of columns and rows. 

Again, there is a dedicated: requester for 
the table feature, controlling fill colour, text 
flow around the table, and colour and 
weight of the lines used to draw it. 

No settings ane offered for a table head- 
ing, caption, or other advanced features, 
but tlv>u-gh fairly basic there is no doubt that 
many users would find automatic table gen- 
eration a real boon, 

The ability to formal any text within the 
table's boxes, and shrink, expand, or 
remove any of the rows and columns offers 
a certain amount of control over design, so 



flashbath! 



Final Writer is the obvious comparison for Wordworth 3, and 
many of the improvements in this release seem to have been 
prompted by Softwood's flagship word processor. 

tt is difficult at the moment to judge which is the better 
product, as Final Writer 2 is being released as this review 
goes to th« press - look out for the full review next month - 
but it is safe to say that Wordworth 3 has a definite lead over 
the first version of He main rival. 

£ame of Final Writer's features remain unbeaten, particular- 
ly Its more flexible implementation of the button bar idea, its 
style tags, and its faster graphics handling, but as Wordworth 
now ir)corporates good word crunching with powerful design 
features, it has leapfrogged back into the lead. 



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there's e-iougn lo make the feature very 
worthwhile in reports and other documents 
where data is to t>e presented , 

To aid those typing raw data into a docu- 
ment, ther^ is a siniple calculate funciioR 
new to the tools menu, which will calculate 
the lotal, mail mum, minimum, or average 
valiias lor any row or column <ri figures m a 

laljle 

Alas there's still ng graph or pie chart 
generator such as tound .n say, VVord for 
Windows, but this PC monolith costs £400 
or more , so who's complaining? 

One final group Of features new to 
obiects are those relating to grouping and 
BO on. Any Objei:*, be if a simple line or an 
imported IFF, can be grouped with others, 
Ihen moved around together. Objects can 
also be moved forwards and backwards to 
achieve layering effects, and any object or 
qroup can be copied to every pafle >" ^ 
^ument, making the duplication of a com- 
pany logo very easy mdeed, 



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Locking ohjecis is also catered for, an 
underrated feature which can save a lo o 
hassle. When happy wii^ the placement of 
an object, the user can lock it in place, 
making -t impossible to upset a carefully 
crafted layout or move a large picture and 
SncLir a time penalty while the screen 

updates. i,^ „,.Q 

As all imported pictures can be pre- 
viewed .n full oolour or as crossed out box, 
users can elect to (urn off large '"^^^f *^ 
save time, giving Wordworth 3 all the 
advantages previously only enjoyed ^^ 

Final Writer. 

Though the new objects features have 
attracted a lot of attention, they are not me 
most important from a word processmg 
noint of view, and the many improvemenia 
^d tweaks found In Wordworth 3's more 
sober areas are every bit as welcome and, 
in some cases, mor* useful. 

The find and replace routine, for exam- 
ple r>ow oRers users the ability to look for 
paragraph breaks and tabs, hard spaces. 





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page numbers, and has a wildcard option 
which makes global search and replace a 
far more powerful tool when working with 
iarqe documents, 

Writers who work with both PCs and 
Amigas will tell you that nitty-gritty differ- 
ences such as this can toe the difference 
between one WP and anoHier. 

A new font requester which offers better 
control over text is also a wetaome addition, 
From the same window, users can now 
select a lont, change Its tracking [space 
between letters), select superscnpt or sub- 
script, and elect to use design or tent 
k&rning. 

KERKED 

The former is used for larger font sizes 
where letters have to be kerned (roughly 
equivalent to how much they are ^it ed ) 
closer together to avoid, for exarnple, a 

headline looking too spaced out or becom- 

inq loo wide, , . 

Most useful 01 all, though, is the template 
option which is much the same as Final 
Writer's master page approach. By creating 
a basic layout including a letterhead or 
some other universally used design ele- 
ments, the user can save a document as a 



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template to be used as a "blank whenever 
a new document of that kind is created 

Fax sheets are a good example of this 
kind of template, but invoices, letters and 
other often used formats benefit equally 
From the use of templates. 

As Objects which have been carefully 
created can't actually be saved out 
(ihough they can be cut and pasted 
between documents), the template 
is the only way to quickly recreate a useful 

'^^On baiarrce, the bugs aside [and we can 
only hope these are quickly dealt with by 
tie dispatching of a patch disk to registered 
users), Wordworth 3 is a worthy reply to the 
challenge of Final Writer. 

Though still slow at times, its speed 
when using graphics has been markedly 
improved, and a long list of new o 
improved features has removed many of 
the deficiencies suffered by its 

^^N^^more flexible than anything else on 
the Amiga, and still a powertui word engine 
as well as a glitzy layout package. Digit 
have for the moment, regained the high 
ground. Tune in next month to see if ^ 
spell at the front will last. '*^ 



(lerditt Bugs galore 



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Whether fhr^Qh a desire to launch before Fmal Writer 2^ or 
Eh plain ^d humar errcr.this first r-l^^^^ "^'S . 
reaches W shelves ^rth several tKjgs, ma^V Qf wh^h are la.r- 

^^ Se A120O, for estample, the program is net as stable as 
■A sToultlJrand freq J.tly crashes. Scr... glilc^e 
ca sed bv me drcp-do^r mms ar.d the odd requester ar. 
X cole' and the q.alily ol Digiia's bug testing Iibs 
tttH i/«e^ (who i. writmg this review using 
Wordlrth 3) to put Ihe auto-save delay <»own lo o.1y thre. 

™ OnTol tfte n^ost annoying b.gs is that ^^^ly requeslers 
don't automatically pick up values fro^ t^lT^M i£S- 
lar the paragraph requester doesn't pick up Ihe style mfoima 
^2n .he'n Zem. on. paragraph is selected alortce. 
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maroin sellings and so on back in. 
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'mixed' {whatever thai m.eans) aren't re-educated, lf« result is 
,^73,000 word documents be squeezed ^ tp asingfle 

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[loS around il, it is neces^ry l^ rdDmnat the afle^led para- 
phs h^ause they don't auto^U^Hy lie. t>acl. mie in.. 

Ttttgh, Digit, have l.si announced ihal v3,0a i. to 
beSl pr 'bab^Vfore yo. read this, .tvd thai all b.gs 

will be fixed in the new version. . 

The are calling rt . Ynere, lune-up", and dam also ^a 
speed has been iprcved, Wateh the Updates ^iumn for a 
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itK» longer than manty of us would 
care to recall ADPro has been 
synonymous with the best in 
Amiga image processing. Aiti^ugh burstir»g 
with assorted special effects and power fea- 
tures, l^e progrann has aiways fafien slrort as 
a fnerKtIy multf-processir>g environment, 

To be fair, it isn't that ADPro doesn't sup- 
f>ort multi-proceSiSing, ifs just thai >o hjjfil ils 
potential required a fairly in-depth under- 
standing of ARexx. In the past ASDG narvely 
felt Itial the user base^ inspired by tl>e soft- 
ware, would devote time and effort into 
ARexjc and in turn ADPro. 

However as they soon discovered., graph- 
ics enthusiasts are artists by nature and 
have neittier |lh@ time rKkr th$ inclination to 
master a programming language. 

And to be honest, when you pay so much 
for pro image processing software, automa- 
tion should be' guaranteed and not left in the 
hands of a user who wants results, not pro- 
gramming lessone. 

A$ a result. ASDG fought biick with the 
release of F REP, a program which heralded 
the effort for improved multi-processing- 
AHhough a big improvement, A was mainly 
useful as a off-ime sequence generator and 
image compositor - id^^ai for those luctcy 
enough to own slili-frame video recorders, 
btit it still fell short tor the rest of us, 

Wfth the partial Success of FRED, ASDG 
went on to launch the program which 



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appeared to finally solve the prob- 
lem of ADPro automalion. With the 

arrival of ProControi, a friendly inter- 
face at last appeared to heal the 
sometimes torturous accord 
between ADPro and ARe«x. 

ProControi not only brought unri- 
valled multi-processing to both 
ADPro and MorphPius,, but also 
offered It up within a beautifully 
clean and concise interface which trans- 
formed tiours of hard graft in a texl editor into 
a mailer o1 seconds and the occasional 
mouse dk;k. 

EXCITEMENT 

However, after the initial eKCitement 
cooled it soon became clear there were still 
a few areas that could benefit \<K^n a slightly 
more intuitive approach. 

Although unbeatable when H came to file 
fonnat conversion, resolution chances, scal- 
ing ar>d ihe application of multiple operators, 



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Although almcist ttie entire arlicte fvas been dedicated to the 
relationship beiween MiiltiFrame and ProControi, AOPro and 
UorphPlus aren't Ihe c^nly packages which offer Jiatch 

processing. 

Arch rivals of ASOG In the image processing business are, 
of course, GVP with their IniageFX image processing system. 

Unlike ADPro^MorphPlus, ImageFX 5 hips with a multi-proces- 
sor built-in at no extra cost. Admittedly the IMP - alias 



ImageFX Miilti Processor - isn t as flexible as the ADPro 
offerings, but it ttoes offer basic multi-processing with 
options to convert formats, scale and add colourisatton 
effects across a batch of images. 

However it doesn't offer the DVE generstion, wfiich botl> 
ProControi and Moiliframe can provide, Bui if you're about to 
take your first tentative steps into the world of high-end 
Amiga grapttics it certainly worth serious consiberation, 



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ProConirol still required a high degree of 
user experience when it oame to creating 
special effects, and compositions which 
evolve over time, 

As a result, there was still a gap in the 
•market, which has now been filled by 
Muitiframe from Macro Systems - the 
Gernian manufacturer better hnown for their 
hardware exploits such as VLatj, Retina and 
Toocaia 

With Ihe arrival of Muitiframe, Macro 
Sysitems have taken an impressive tirst step 
into software pubtishing. Like its counterpart, 
the program provides yet another friendly 
attematinye front-end for the creation of DVEs 
- alias digital video effects. 

Although this would appear to spell out 
direct competition, there is a subtle differ- 
ence belween itie two packages. Although 
■PiroControl is capable of OVE generation, it 
tends to be much better suited to complex 
image manipulation using multiple operators 
in a single pass - which don't change over 
tim The reason for this is that ProControi 



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generates \te Script as you add the parame- 
ters - in effect you stiU write Ihe script - and 
as a result mulU-pirocessing a single innage 
into a sequence Of combining multiple 
frames with the assistance of an alpha chan- 
nel still requires an unctersianding ol AFlewt 
and Hie inner workings of PnoControl. 

MulliFrame, on the other hand, lack* ihe 
infinite Heitibility of ProContrOl but does pro- 
vide a point and dick approach to ttie gener- 
aiion of DVEs, 

Rather than generating the script as yoti 
go atong, you're provided willi selectiof^ of 
pro-written processes to wh-ich parameters 
are added. As a result there's an inevitable 
trade-off between Instant special effects and 
user oQfitrol. 

As you can see, Multifname is very graptii- 
caily-onented with buiton selections control- 
ling aimost the entire process, At the top of 
the screen you're provided with various 
options to select your source graphics, add 
alpha images - irf composition is required - 
and assign the output directory tor the end 
resylts. 

IMPORTANT 

After seteciing your image(s), the first step 
is 10 set the number of frames to be gerierat- 
ed. Alongside this sits probably the most 
important button on the screen, Tfiis Single 
or Multiple sounce toggle allows you to define 
whether the files are to be generated from 
ooe image or an entire sequence. 

Obviously K you wish to process an exist- 
ing multiple frame sequence, the parts must 
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Given the assorted swings and roundalmuts ol boih Multifraine and ProContrtii 
il's very diHi«jlt to give a "jfes/no" decision on which is the best investment. In a 
perfect world the ideal solulksn would be to invest in both programs ard exploit 
Hie bes! elemenis of each. 

For those wlio tiave no interest or aplilude when it comes lo tire-tunirg 
scripts, Muhilrame is protjably the ideal ctioice. It asks very Irtlle from the usei 
in exchange lor ar impfessive array of instan! DVEs. 

On the downside it lacks a tot of fiesibility in relation to ProControl. A prime 
example of lliis is the need (o re-process s&quertces. Lei's say you needed to 
crop liie image, aher the resolution. turr> ii into a ng^stive and add a npple. 
You'd require three oompleie passes over the entife sequence - which on larg- 
er projects ooiild take a very long lime. 

However, il you applied the same changes using ProConlrol, everything 
QOuld be done in a single pass, but would require a muOi more in-iiepth undSF- 
standing ol AD Pro and the idiosyncrasies of PrDControl, 

For Itie pro videographer irs safe to say that ivlullrframe is just loo uselul to 
ignore, while artislic technophobes will find it a hteath of Iresh air in the some 
dmes stuffy and complex world of Amiga DVE generation. 



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numbered accordingly - the sanne applies for 
the foregrounds and alpha sequences. 

On ttie other hand, if yo^ wish to generate 
a DVE sequence from a single source, num- 
bering isn't a problem - just select the file, 
define a si.nglo source, specify the number of 
frames, and apply the effect with the neces- 
sary parameters. 

At this point, a sequence will tjo automati- 
cally generateid with the effect increasing 
incrementally over the frames. Wonderful 
stuff - instant OVEa at the touch of a 
button. 

However, Muliiframe doesn't stop there 
Unlike ProConirol the program also sup- 
ports spline-based time line control, As a 
consequence any proceiss can he fine-tuned 
to speied up and slow down according to a 
user-defined spline. 

To adjust the spUne, a simple click on ilie 
Path button reveals the splme window with a 
definable number ol Knots and tension con- 
trols wilt! which to adjust the curve and sub- 
sequently the application of the effect during 
the sequence or anim. 

AUTD-DISPLAY 

Next up comes the excellent frame buffer 
screen which allows you to select between 
the Firecracker, Retina, Opal Vision, DCTV or 
Hartequin as an auto-display device. 

By toggling various buttons you can define 
whether the image should be automiaticalty 
displayed on the chosen board either liefore, 
after, or before and after processing. 

Lihe spline control automatic 24-bii pre- 
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Folkjwing the impressive Path and Frame 
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In ackJition, you're also supplijed with a GPl 
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control ejftemal devices such as single frame 
con I rollers, digital recorders and assorted 
DVE devices with the assistance Of an 
optional hardware add-on, 

Apail Irom the four lenr^lning buttons for 
the loading and saving of defaults, about 
information and quitting, that's alMut it for the 



initial set-up 

When you've adeted the necessary infor- 
mation,, all that's left is to select the process 
you require, add the necessary start and fin- 
ish parameters and initiate the process. 

As you can see there's a selection of 54 
assorted processes coverirtg a wide variety 
erf efleiits. However don't be deceived by the 
Ripple example - this is the only one which 
provides a graphic interface on setting up. 
All tfie others simply use start and finisti leirt 
boxes - all of wtiicfi re<iuire parameters to 
be typed in. 

Due to the need for specific paramele'TS 
it's often essential to pop bacK to ADPro, fire 
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various settings lo ascertain the best start 
and end parameters. 

To assist in this, a small flip switch on the 
nvain screen allows you to jump between the 
two programs when necessary. In addition 
another very useful button allows you to 
automatically delete the contents of the out- 
put directory, either with or without a warn- 
ing requester. 

A particularly pleasant aspect of almost 
all the available processes is the ability 
to save parameters, which means you 
can soon build up a library of effects 
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FEATURE 



A couple of months back, we feporled on the 
growing trend to import pornographic images of 
d\\ lypes inio this country over ir»iernatiofial 
telephone lines. We also demonstraied both 
Itie ease with which it can 'be dorie and the 
vafiely of images - boih staiic and moving - 
which can be lound. 

We eKpiained how childreri have been 
caught distfibuting such malenai on lioppy 
digits (lilte the one mounted on the front of ttiis 
magazine when ii was bought), and highlighted 
the concern owr this new and exlTemeljf dis- 
iributablfi if^ of pornography, especially con- 
sidering the ease with which the very young 
can use oompuiers when compared to many of 
jtieir parenls. 

The article dosed by reporting news Of pro- 
posed lorthcomiTig tightening o1 legislation to 
try to curb the phenomenon, allhough we 
expressed doubts as to whether telephone 
lines could., morally or practically, ever be 
effectively policed. 

Since ttien ihere tiave been a number o( 
developmenls, some frightening, some hope- 
lu!, some curious, Public concern has risen: 
our original AC arlicle was extensively quoted 
in the Gdsrdmn newspaper, and with television 
and other major publications currently prepar- 
ing more coverage of Ihe subiecl, the publ icily 
shows no signs of abating, 

Here, then, is our summary of reoent devel- 
0(>ments, and some further ideas to help push 
the debate forward. 



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ompulei pornography- Like nnulti- 
media or llie cgmputer virus, it's a 
,^^, phrase conjured up to explain yet 
anottier phenomenon ot the new computer 
age, and like mullinnedia and the computer 
viojs, the majorily ot the populalion tiave 
noitiing bui a vagu>e idea as to what it is. 

The dilterence is, of course, tliat while 
teorinoiogiE^lly obscure j,argon is of no real 
inleresl to most, a phrase as d«viancy-rid- 
den as computer pornography most 
certainly is. 

And when a recent court case involving 
the aflempled rape of a six-year- old girl by 
a boy of 13, who had seen computer 
pornography, hit Ihe beadiines, the pres- 
sure to do something - or at least to be 
seen lo to doing something - moved up a 
gear. 

On February 9 of this year, a Home 
Affairs select committee at the Houses of 
Part lament publisho<l a Firsi Report on the 
subject of computer pornography. It made a 
number of reoommendaiions, mainly involv- 
ing clarification of the law In order to 
encompass the peculiar legal grey area sur- 
rounding electronic data. 

This is important because while it Is easy 
to prove that, say. a pornographic video Is 
irtdeed pornography, it's an altogether hard- 
er proposition proving (he same thing about 
a series of electronic bleeps coming down a 

telephone-. 
Sir Ivan Lawrence, Conservative chair- 



ffs the i^ouemment ditfiEfS an the 

subject sf computer muugraphif. the 

technU'PornogrdfJhefs cofttmues in outwit 

the Im. Fhit Worse returns to the subject 

he fkst reported on two months ago to 

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man of the select committee, summed up 

the dilemma: There is Immense public con- 
cern about computer pornographv- The 
technology advances that have been m.a(te 
recently have been moving ahead of the 

law," 

fts the law siands, (t is Illegal to import 
pornograptiy into the country in any langi- 
hle" form - which means that If it is sent 
over a telephone line, it escapes the law's 
exact wording. 

As Labour MP Steve Byers warns; "To 
lake an extreme case, imagine that a per- 
verted teacher called up a numter In the 
Netherlands on the school computer. 

"He could have hard-core pornography 
which it would be illegal to buy in this coun- 
try transmitted dowrr the line, without break- 
ing the law." 

IMPOSSIBLE 

Although the MPs who made up the com- 

mitlee acknowledged that ii would be 
impoBsible to halt the import of pornography 
in this manner by legislation, they stated 
thai a Ughlening of the law would neverthe- 
less allow police to prosecute where they 
did findi evidence that the crime had been or 
was being commiitled. 

It is a view shared by the Crown 
Prosecution Service, the people who decide 
wliether such cases should ultimately go to 
court or not, and the Police Federation, rep- 
resenting those wlTio would actually be 



enforcing the taw, But It's a view which the 
Governnnenl seem not 10 agree with. For 

mereiy a day after the real-life child/com- 
puter pornography story made it into Ihe 
paper. Home Office minister David 
Maclean announced that the government 

would not be changing the law. 

In making their decision, the Home 
Office had no doubt listened to the advice 
of customs officials, who had warned that 
monitoring phones for pornography would 
be controversial and probably ineffective, 
and discovered s.ome lechnical legal difft- 
cultiBS of its own to add to the excuses. 

So why does the Crown Prosecution 
Service still insisi that, yes, "it would be 
possible to enact such an offence"? And 
why does Sergeant John Ashley, whose 
work in Greater Manchester Police's 
Obscene Publications division has made 
him^ a national expert on the subject, still 
urge just such a change in the law? 

ijn short, why,, if somewhere, somehow. 
someone has been caught importing com- 
puter pornography over Ihe telephone 
lines, will the government not change the 
law lo allow them to be prosecuted fully 
and properly? 

The Home Office insists that "Ihe tech- 
nology makes [the law] very difficult to 
enforce". Further than this, it seems that 
some of the earlier loopholes highlighted 
will be closed. 

But all Of this silll leaves the law at best 
ambiguous and at worst useless when it 
comes to the importation Of computer 
pornography in the one way it most hap- 
pens - across the phone lines 

We atl realise, or at least we should 
realise, how utterly confusing and down- 
right unintelligible computers and the com- 
puter industry can be lo someone on the 
outside, with no inclination to use or learn 
about the technology people such as ihe 
average AC reader takes for gran-ted. 
Maytse a little lechno-fear has a part to play 



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Before Ihe publication ot the Commons sefect (committee s 
report, the Home Secretary. Michael Howard, announced Vne 
proposed tightening of certain taws regarding the distribution 
of compLter porn. 

He outlawed transmission of data |ie the sending from your 
own compLit«r of pornographic images), and tor Itie purpose 
of prosecution. incl'Uded moving images "eleclronically 
stored on computer chips and carifldges within the jurisdic- 
tion of the Video Recordings Acl 19S4. However, even if 
tttese proposals ail became law. they do nothing ahout the 
wicfer problems highlighted In the select committee s report 




in the government's relicence tO' update 
the law. One can undecstand hesitation in 
altering a lew to govern aomothing these 
doing ihe actual altering do not really 
understand, but the reality stiJii will not 
gq away. 

Whlie tln$ Governmefnt dither^. tochnnSo- 
gy moves on. Reports trom Germany sug- 
gest that hartJ<iore pornography is aFready 
available on compact discs wtiicti can be 
viewfed on Commodore's CD32 game-s con- 
sole. It's a far cry fronn Zool, and a damned 
sight more worrying. 

An industry insider informed us ttiat the 
complete range of Electric Blue porno- 
gfaphic film 5, from porn entrepreneur Paul 
Raymond, will soon be openly on sale in 
England on CD too. 

It IS ciear that, whatever happens next, 
the twin race of technology vs Ihe law does 
not stop here. In the meaniime, porn most 
certainly is swapping hands on disl^s in our 
playgrounds, aided^ and abetted by its easy 
importation into the country over the tele- 
phone lines, 

ETHICS 

|['$ gn in(;fu5try, and one which we ignore 
at our p^nl. As always, education musi be 
used as a tool where legislation fails. Sgt 
Ashley: "All schools should teach comput&r 
elhics. They're all for teaching children how 
wonderful compLilers are, but (hey should 
also teach them about the harm they can 
cause." 

But unfit the Criminal Justice Bill finally 
becom&s an Act, it remains to be seen what 
will and Will not make il into law. It seems 
doubtful whether legislation in the near 
future will be even midly effective, because 
in order to solve a problem you have to 
understand it. 

It our Go^iiemmenl continues to ignore 
the advice of those who hsve taken the 
trouble to study tho problem, we will move 
no dose r to a solution . ^i^ 



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The main recommendations o( the Home 
Affairs select committee Fifst Report on com- 
puler pomoqraphy were as follows: 

• To malce composile pornographic images - 
those containing more tlian one image (say, a 
young-looking woman's body and a child's 
head) - the same as any other pornogiapihv 
as far as the law is concerned. 

• To increase the pertalty for irans/nittiniQ 
pornography (ie within Greal Britain's bound- 
aries) by any mearis, from f1,00Q lo £2,500 
and three morths in prison - or both. 

• To amend tlie Customs Consolidation Act 
to make clear that il is an otfence to import 
pornographic n^aterial into the country, and lo 
make this offence arrestabte. 

• To clarify the law lo make it absolutely 
clear that possession of pomti^raphy on. say. 
a hard disk, is as much oi an offence as pos- 
session on prirtted paper, 

• That the Government should give senJous 
consideration to banning all advertisements 
(in magazines, for instance) for obscene 
material distributed from abroad. 

9 That tfie law be amend<ed to allow the 
police to use oonfiscate<t corpipuler equipment 
to continue the fighi against computer 
pornography. 

• That the Home Olfice should consider 
whe1he-r training in computers i)e made more 
widely available to police officers, or even t>e 
included ir Ihe CID training course. 

• That head leachers receive guidance about 
dealing with computer pornography, and 
schools report baok any incidents ol it in order 

10 form an accurate picture of the spread of 
computer pornography in schools. 

The report dismiss^ suggestions that bul- 
efin boards in Great Britain slioiild be 
ioer^sed, on Ihe grounds that il would t>e 
unnecessary and ineffective anyway. 

Interestingly, it also recommended that Ihe 
Got/ernment should involve Ihe European 
Leisure Soltware Producers' Association 
(ELSPA) in discussions with a view to what 
further steps msght t>e faken to slop the sale 
or hire of violenl and/'or pornographic comput- 
er software; a salient point, with ELSFA's 
ctassificatiinns system cajnenlly suite ring from 
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£20.99 


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£37.99 


£42.99 


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£69.99 


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£ 1 6B.t9 


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024,99 


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Are you moral cru- 
saders? I thought I'd 
bought a computer 
magazine {March 1994 
issue ^ Ed) but il 
lurried out ta be a copy 
of The Watch Tower 
instead- This really is too muoh. First of ali. 
the entire pom question has been com- 
pletely blown auL ot preponion. Ev«n some 
of the so-cailed reveiations in The Cook 
Report have since been discrediled as TV 
cheating, but here we are witti yet another 
sad atlefinpl by AC to Jrnpreve sales figures 
by morally castigating I he issue while mak- 
ing sure thai everyone knows there are dirty 
piccies insidS'. 

This isn'i !he fipst tirtie you've done this, 
but for me it's the last. Even if you are seri- 
ous in your staunch moral oulrage (Hiaugh 
given the number of topless pictures yoy 
printed I doubt it), what gives you the right 
to preach to me? 

And as for some of your mof$ sal'acious 
claims - what crap! Yes, there are sick and 
perverted people out there, and yes I have 
no doubt that there are some using comput- 
er technology to push their sick wares, hut 
9S per cent of all BBSs and PD clubs slock 
nothing more outrageous than Erica whatsit 
from Baywslch showtng her, er, charms. 

Let's face it, if this is your idea of porn 
Ihen the tabloids print stuff just as porno- 
graphic. Personally I don't se& anyttiing 
wrong with these types of collection. 

They certainly brighten up the rather bor- 
ing backdrops you get with Windows and 
Workbench, and before anyone starts 
accusing me of being a MCP, two girl- 
friends of mine use Chippendale backdrops 
on their machines. 

By constantly (and cynically in my view) 
pursuing this "your child can get hardcore 
pert^ersity from almost any PD club" route, 
you are now doing this country a lot of 
harm. Why? 

Well, this country cannot move forward or 
compete unless we ha^/e a new generation 
who are computer literate. How many chil- 
dren didn't get computers which Christmas 
because mum and dad Itiought little Tommy 
might end up becoming inwoived in a sordid 
porn circle? I am not suggesting that we 
should just ignore the problem of the real 



disgusting stuff, but please let's get it info 
proportion and quit the sensationalist 
approach. 

Darren Smittison, Reading , 

You adiiivit Orvly in your fjnail paragraph 
that we have a problei>^ wifh the "r^al 
disgusting stuff", yet your letter $h<iw$ 
that you misunderstood the purpose and 
content of the article. 

We have r\at and never will t>e moral |iy 
outraged over page three-style images 
sold openly by PD libraries. This Is legaJ 
and, in the eyes-of most reasonable peo- 
ple, acceptabJe so long as it is sold to 
adults. 

The recent articles In AC co!>ca'rnlng 
computer pornography (May 1992 and 
March 1994) have concentrated almost 
excluslively on those images and anima- 
tions which are obscene and which 
would certainty fall foul of the Obscene 
Publications Act. 

By highlighting the deficiencies in the 
law and the way in which computer porn 
was (in the past at least) policed, we feel 
we have made a constructive and objec- 
tive journalistic conlrrbution to the com- 
puter industry as a whole. 

You say that 99 per cent of PO ia per- 
fectly clean, but this was not tl^e case 
before our May 1992 article, and the situ- 
ation has only improved since increased 
public pressure brought about by the 
mainstream pr^as and TV prompted fur- 
ther action by the authorities. 

Read The Guardian's 2:3 February edi- 
tion to see how our "sensationalistic" 
coverage can have an effect on the 
wider press, then tell me ti^at we ar« In 



I have boughl your magazine br two years ar>d I'm 
pfeased witti it. Eacti mcintii 1 usually find an article or a reviiew 
I'm inle rested in and I can return to the others ais Uie mrnith 
goes on. 

One thing Itiat's always annoyed me, though, is the gereral 
tone ol' the mag, Sonie of the reviews are a bi! 
too technical even for a fairly knowledgeable person, 
and the game:S section seen>s des.igine(t for 16- 
year-olds. 

Ttie resull is tha! I oHwi find 30 or more pages do nol inter- 
&sl me because they either blind me with seitnce or treat me 




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the wrong to attack a new angle on the 
pornography problem, 

European bulletin boards working as 
commercial companies selling nothing 
but obac^nei pornography across the 
UK's borders with nothing to stop them 
doing so is a completety new de^elcp- 
ment and had we ignored it we would 
have been guilty of tar more than risking 
offence to some of our readers. 

We printed the images you find dis- 
tasteful precisely because we too 
thought tf^em distasteful. Had legal 
advice not cautioned otherwise, we 
would have Included an example of bes- 
tiality, a subject which most of us find It 
hard to tieiieve eKists. 

You don't have to see too many digi- 
tised animations of women having oral 
sex with Irish wolf hounds to decide that 
we have a problem which demands 
attention. 

Would Parliament have debated 
amending the Obscene Publications Act 
to include BBSs, and would TV and Fleet 
Street have taiien an interest without the 
lead given by specialist publications 
such as AC? Probably, but it is doubtful 
if they would have given computer porn 
the attention it has received to date. 



like a school boy. This is a waste of money, and considering 
the average price of a magazine is £4 with an average 130 
pages, I spend aboul 64pfor nothing, 

terr Pefersarr. Gospof^ 

Your reaction to some parts of the magazine was one 
which we found commonly expressed In our reader survey 
carried out last year, and since then we've been looking at 
ways of fitting the magazine belter to the tastes and prefer* 
ences of our readers. The upsfiol is the new look we've 
Introduced this month, and we hope yoiJ like it. 



Amiga Cdniputing 



MAY 1 994 



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Amiga Computing ha$ no wish to sensa- 
tional[is& the pornography issue, and l^as 
never cynically used it as a $ales booster 
{two articles in two years is hardly a 
r«<;ord of consist^rit exploilation). but we 
will never ta^e oar eyes off the 'lA&at and 
if another new iwtst in this already twist- 
ed strand comes to the surface we will 
certafniy run another piece on it. 

That's what we're here for, and if the 
video industry l^sd hsd a healthy indeparh 
dent press during the early 70s it \& possi- 
ble that the Industry's irnaga would not 
have been so badly damaged by the flood 
of XXX-rated videos which hit these 
shores. They might even have closed the 
legsl loopholes as quickly as they tiav« 
closed those concerning computer porn. 




G'Sp 



[.D.D, 5nIutiDn 

I have just read the letter from Ian 
Belmont in Carlisle in tte March 1994 
issue of AC ar>d wouW like to inform 
your readere that there is a foolproof 
rr»ethod of oblaining goods from mait 
order companies that puts the pyr- 
cliaser a) no risk whatsoever. 

In the e^rly fiOs I purchased a 
Sinclair QL with a modem arid u$ed 
my credit card to pay. The cost of the 
item was over £300, my credit card was 
duly debited, but th»e goods never arrived 
and the company producing the modem went 
bust. 

It took many monthis to have the transac- 
tion reversed and get my money back into my 
aocxjunt, so I decided there had to be a better 
way- Atier a bit of searching around and find- 
ing out that it was impossible to gel items ofl 
approval or return from computer retailers I 
mentioned my protlem to a frVend who works 
for the Po$i Office, who told me about the 
Post Office's cash on delivery service 
{CO-DO. 

This is a system wtiereby you can phone 
or fax an order to a supplier, they then take it 
to the Post Office and send rt to you, you pay 
the postman for the package, and the Post 
Office then pays the supplier. 

I have used the system since ISSS and 



Goi 

som0thing to say 

ttirough the pages of A 

Ezra Surf is our fnailft 

(tedicated to reading your filers 

and selecting me most fntor»0tlng 

tor publication. Drop Mm a lint at: 



have had no problems with it. Any supplier 

* who refuses to send items C.O.D. jusi 
doesn't get my business, 

There is a small charge for the service 
which the supplier always passes on lo the 
cusiomer, but because mail order is usually 
much cheaper than fetail^ the small charge is 
well worth it. ( also find that iiems ordered 
CO.D. teod lo arrive very quieldy, usually 
posted the same day Ihey are ordtersd, 

I believe that if the item's value is more 
than E50 you have lo collect it from your 
local Post Office because the posiie is only 
"bonded" to collect up to £S0, but this is, I 
feel, far belter than either travelling to the 
Supplier or risking losing your money 
altogether, 

II would be a good idea if all your advertis- 
ers coutd offer this service and state cleariy 
on their advertisements whether or nol 
C,0,D. is available. 

Roger Bafetoot, Lame 



Ezrg Sivfs Postbag . Amiga Computing 
Adtingion Park. Mucdesficld SKfO 4NP 



Pieasv don't onclose saes as Eo^uat 
hasnt gat enough paper to reply 
p&rsonafty. He migh taisohavetp 

stioften your tetters, so don't 
•■ tfe offended if you end up J 
getting flfie cl7op. ^ 



[hiritq plea 



I We are wrillrtg to you in the hope ttiat yojr publication and 
its readers cari be oi assistance lo us, 4$ a charity, we are 
now working in Russia, particularly St Petersburg, to try 
and liring some hope antj happiness to sick childreiK In two 

i of the hospitals of this beautiful city. 

I Unfortunately, due to so matiy years of neglect and 

' under-! un ding all tfie lioapitals have become very runnjown 
and neglected and many of them are In a terrible state. We 
are supplying a icit of thieir medicai nee^ds and have now 

I undertaken ta completely refurbi^li tliem, 

iHowever. there is one area In which your publication and 
ita readers may be able to help us. The sicl< children of 
thes-e two tiospitals are in dire need of stimulation, 

it is all the staff can do with their meagre resources to 
treat the cliiidren's medical conditions, and we are there- 
lore appealing to all computer users everywhere to donate 
any games that tliey no longer want ao that we can se'ttd 

1 them out to Russia lor the sick children. 




The CO.D. system, much forgotten 
in these days o1 courier deiivery 
and credit card phone sales, is 
indeed a sterling service offered 
by what is stili a cheap and effi- 
cient national postal service, 
though how much longer the 
current government will allow 
this to go on twfore breaking it 
up and flogging it off bit by bit is 
anyone's guess. 

Those who might be nervous 
about keeping large sums of money in 
the house in anticipation of the postman 
calling wiil be glad to hear that they can 
call at the bank before pici^ing up the par- 
cel at a local Post Office, so there's no 
reason not to give C.O.D » try. 
Thanks for the timely ramlnder. 

School absentee 

Why isn't the Amiga used as an educaiion 
computer? Many children will have an 
Amiga as a home computer, they will be 
famitiar with the Amiga, and it would be 
easy for Ihem to use their own machine for 
homeworl^; projecls. 

The Acorn is expensive and despite 
recent claims it is not the parents' choice as 



We have already been donated Amiga, Sega, and 
Nintendo games niaclime^, attd we have a team of transla- 
tors sitting ready to translate the instructions into 
Russian. 

We have also overcome tbe electricity conversion, so 
all we need now are games, but please do not send text or 
adventure games as the children can't read Engliah. 

Please help us to show lidw kind-beaded and caring the 
young peopie o1 Ihe UK can b^ by sending us any unwant' 
ed pmesio the folloviring address: 

The Flanders Scottish Alliance 
Russian Appeal 
3/3 Academy Strwt 
Edinburgh EH6 7EE 

Mrs Gwefl Brown, Pro/ecf D/recior freg' charity no. 



mare programmingl 

Why have you discontirtued the programming 
luloiiais you always usetJi lo run ai ti>e back of 
Ihe magazme? I'm one ol If^ose people who 
leam&d most of bis programming from maga- 
zine articles, bul apart tram Amos and a bit Off 
AmigaDOS lor beginners you seeffl to have 
abandoned itie programmers among us. 

Would it be too much lo ask lor a page a 
month on C or inachme code? If you re-insialed 
this sort of tutorial it would guaranie* peopie 
tike me at least one or two pages they'd read 
over and over again and make h\l use of, We 
don't all use the Amiga for DTP and video 
tilling, you know! 

Leslie Farrows. (Hilton Keynes 

We dropped the programming column laat 
year when we realised that few beginners 
were reading it because It assumed a certain 
level of competence, and the experts were 
frustrated by it because it was too basic for 
them. The plan was always lo bring pro- 
gramming back, but we left it a little longer 
llian at first intended. 

In response to the reader survey, howev- 
er, we decided to bring programming tsack 
wilti a bang. The Amiga Market section will 
from now on contain about four pages of 
tutorials. 

To begin wHh we II be lookitng at AmigaDOS 
and Assembler, but C and other languages 
should be covered if we think enougb of you 
are interested in those languages. 



a home micro, nor is it common as a bysl- 

ness machine, ll is time CommodoTe hurl 

Acorn in^ the only real marl^et they (Acorn) 
have got - the school. 
Let's stop force feeding kids Acorns! 

G Swain, Legswood 

Commodore have tried in (he past to 
penetrate the education market, Ctase of 
the Nineties being their last marketing 
push, but have found the entrenched 
Acorns hard to shift. 

The BBC micro was Acorn's first reitl 
education machine and it had the 
Immeasurable edvantage of television 
and government backing, so Acorn 
c|uickly took a commanding lead which 
the Archimedes - hesvily price discount- 
ed to education authorities - was able to 
build upon. 

Amigas and PCs have made inroads 
into the education market of late, but the 
Amiga has been hampered by lack of 
direct support from Commodore and a 
paucity Of standard networking solutions. 

Though we agree that education is an 
area in which the Amiga might find an 
improved market share, it is unlikely that 
schools will look much further than 
Macs and PCs because these days they 
try to prepare pupils for the practical 
uses of computers they wiil find on their 
desktops at work rather than simply 
teach them the rudiments of Basic pro- 
|raitiinlng and computer literacy. 



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- I have just purchased' an A12CK> but 

J \ I am having a problem when run- 

V- nsng programs, My problem is that 

on several oscasions ihe compuier 

has failed to respond to any keyboard input 

after a few minutes. 

At the same time the Caps Lock tight wi(l 
flash, Should I take the rnachiine back or am 
i booting dishs incorrectly? 

Ray Masters, Wells 

■ , Of all the faults that happen to the 

^ ' Amiga range tti^e flashing C9p$ 

^ ■^^ Lock key tia& to be the most 

common and it normally requires 

professional advice. 

I would imagine that you ara Isooting 
yogr disks corractly and that there is 
Indeed a fault with the machine Itself 
and not your technique. 

If your A120D is still under warranty 
and you bought the machina before 
Christmas all you na«d to 6<3 Is call 
Wang {CQmrfi<idore's repair services) 
and get them to send someone out to 
repair it. 

If the machine was bought aftar 
Christmas you may hau'a to contact SCL 
who now hold the warranty agreement 
with Commodore. However, If you have 
no warranty you could be looking at a 
(airly hefty bill - It all really depends on 
tha fault. 

Poujer to the people 

• -^^ At present I own d 1Mb A500 with 

J ■; no external drives.. At the moment I 

'■v^ '^^ cannot decide between buying an 

external drive or buying a 2M& RAM 

Expanskin. 

So far I have used the Amiga mainly for 
games but it is very likaiy that i will be buy- 
ing a printer for word processing and data- 
base management. 

Will the extra 2IWb get rid of the slow- 
down I get from playing certain games 
(such as Sensible Soccer)? Also, will It 
mean thai I have to swap disks less for 
games like Civilization? I believe that an 



external drive would be useful on its own but 
that an extra 2Mb is quite useless without an 
external drive. Am I right? Should I buy the 
2Mb expansion or the drive, or both? 

R Young, Sheffield 

^"X It la difficult to weigh one up 
!L(» '^ against the other as both are 
\^.s''" extremely useful. My advice 
would be to buy the 2Mt} RAM and 
try and save for a small hard drive, say 
40Mb. If this is out of the question then 
buy the second drive aa well. 

Owning a hard drive would mean that 
you couJd instal) games such as 
Civilization and never have to swap disks 
again. 

The mare fast RAM you own the faster 
software will be, although whether the 
speed increase would be noticeable Is 
quest ionat;ile- Fast RAM frees up the chip 
RAM which allows space for the comput- 
er to perform calculations. The more 
space, the more calculations can be 
performed. 

Did architecture 

_„---^ Prior lo my writing this letter I owned 
■V*^ J'i an A600 with 1Mb trapdoor expan- 

' > ■'■■ sion and necently required a 2Mb 
PCMCIA card. 

My A600 then developed a fault and 
instead of repairing it I upgraded to an 
A1200, But I daren't plug Ihe 2Ub PCMCIA 
card into it as I have been warned by a local 
dealer that by doing so could cause prob- 
lems ar>d possible failure, owning to Ihe 
card's 16-bit architecture as opposed to the 
A1200's 32-bit. 

These carets are openly sold as A600 and 
At 200 compatible. Telli me the truth - will 
they work successfully with the A 1200 or 
have 1 bought a bad egg? 

R Lym^f, Stok&-on-Tfent 



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The PCMCIA card la compatible 

with the A6O0 and At 200 and 

yeu cannot damage you 

machine by using it As you say, 

the problems arise with the fact these 

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A120O uses 32-blt architecture the card 
can actually slow the machine down, 
taking twice as long to perform rudi- 
mentary functions. 

As an add-on they have failed and 
don't look likely to ever become popu- 
lar. Your best bet is to purchase fast 
RAM which increases the A1200's 
speed considerably, and forget the 
PCMCIA card all together. 



■'"'y\., I havE an A1200 with a 64Mb liard dri^e and, 
i/-'.! J ; as h complete novice, I am axperier^cing lots 

■ -. " Df niggly problems, One of these Js tfiat m/ 
pointer preferences wlndoiA' has suddenly decided to 
shrink in width to about half the normal size, 

TtiE normal and busy pointers have distorted accorrl- 
ingly and so i^ Is varv difficult to edit them. Be- 
mstallirg t+ie hard drive cures the problem but It 
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information feature tells me thai Ihe device name lor 
both my hard drive partitions Is SCSI, Device, yet my 
user guide tells me that I have an AT IDE Internal 
interface? 

A Leak. Derby 

■X^l^, I must admit to being totally stum p&d 
v., by your first question regarding the 
pointer preferences window. This window is 
nornfially in lo-res and I have never experi- 
enced it shrinking in size. 

What I would suggest you do is get hold of 
some Iclnd of screen grabber such as 
Picsaver or Quickgrab. This will allow you to 
grab an IFF picture of your pointer prefer- 
ences window. 

If you send this picture into me I may be 
able to offer more help, in the meantime, if 



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write in and Til pass the information on, 

Vour hard drive connector is in fact AT IDE 
but the connector fools the Amiga into think- 
ing that it is an 5CSE drive. There are valid 
reasons for doing this and you can be 
assured that It will not damage your compute 
er. There really is no need to worry when sys- 
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is SCSI. 



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.- -*- I would \m to puit (ogeltiflr a di5l( coniaining auestions and answers 
(/ ^^ J 1 as 3(1 eJtaminatiQn aid. i fvave a copy o! Hyperbmk which seems to 
\2 ^frt the bill very nicely. 

Would I be allov/ed to use Hyparbook as my aim is lo sell my 
eftoils, As i am (Jealifig wilM a very nniror subject are there any other pro- 
grams I could use? 

D Han, W Sussex 

,>--.. Hyperbook is probably the besl muilimcdis application you cnuld 
/iT'r USE In create a program such as the one you iiave described, 
\^iiyi Thsre are olh&rs such as CanOa and Blitz Basic bul these require 
time 10 learn whereas Hyfierhnok is fairly simple to use. 

Wilh. Hyperbook you could also atlaeh pidures to your qucstjons Improv- 
jfig tfie look and feet o1 the soflwara you want lo writB. 

So long as you only use the Hyperhooli reader you can sel) your proflram 
to anvone, anytime, anywhere. 



lotallM degraded 

■ W.. Having replaced my trusty A500 
; J ': with a sparitling new A1200 I find 
\V ■■''■ to my dismay that I can no longer 
run my beloved Video Studio v3,0. 
Moreover, the originatofs, ZVP have appar- 
ently put up the shutters! 

Cve tried Fakemem and Degrader as well 
as ttie two-hUitton start-up $uggesled by 
Commodore but without success, Am I 
missing a trick somewhere or have I really 
got to scrap the program? 

W WfJTdsor, B.ackingham 

.—■■ V, If you had told me exactly what 
/JFA, your A1200 does when you try 
iVj^-!^ and load Video Studio I might 
■" have been able to otfer more help. 
As it Is, it would app^^ar that the pro- 
gram is incompatible with the A120D, 
esp^cifllly as you have tried using sever- 
al degrader utiMties which have not 

worked. 

Before you decide whether or not to 
discard Video Studio try and gel hold of 
Relokich trom the PD as this may offer a 
SoJution. Relokick degrades the A 1200 
into a 1.3 machine, it's not really much 
use if you own a hard drive but if you're 
using floppy disks it may be your last 
chance at getting it to work, 

Ld55 of memarM 

1 have recently tiought mysell an 

/-^■T[\ A570 CD-ROM drive for my 1Mb 
l^\ ^, A500. But i wish to upgrade the 
'' memoi^ of my computer as when 

the drive is ooriinected my available m.emQry 
goes down drastically, leaving m© with 
about 850k. 

I was under the impression that it was 
possible to put a 2lVlb upgrade into the 
A57CI but after a quick pTione call to Silica I 
was told that an upgrade wasn't available. 

Is there an internal 2l^b upgrade avail- 
able for the A570 or not? And if there isn't, 
would I be able to use a DMA port HAU 
estpansion. with a through-port for the CD 

drive? 

C Tasini. Mets.syssd0 




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SeruicE. Eurnpa Housh, 
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I'm afraid that SHica were correct 
:^/-^::, when ttiey told you that Itie A570 
r^ l^i cannot be upgraded as far as 
memory goes. Using such a piece 
of hardware is not recommendad for 1Mb 
users; so I would suggest that you seri- 
ously consider Increasing your RAM 
capacity. 

Fortunately, there are some very good 
DMA RAfW expansions that will allow you to 
plug your A570 in a through port, it would 
tje best if you contacted Power Computing 
who are renowned for high quality RAM 
expansions. Power Computing can be con- 
tacted on 0234 B4338S. 

Speak the language 

I have a home fUe pro^gram which I wrote in 
Basic Originally, it involved loading 
/■"'"Jil' Workbench, then the Basic inter- 
y-^-*. ; preter ttien my program, just to nun 
^^- it. 1 thought I would make life easier 
by copying the interpreter onto my home file 
disk and then maktng it auto-boot. 

Sure enough, the disk now auto-boots, but 
when I load and run my program I find that 
the print on-screen is larger than normal, and 
text that previously fitted now extends onto 
the next line. Also, w*en I try Ic type a new 
entry I find that I have an American keyboard 



and not QB which is installed on my 
Workbench disk. What has gone wrong 
and what can. 1 do about H? 

E Denne, Kent | 

If the text is larger than before I would 
imagine that you have not installed the 
fonts that the program needs. If this is 
ttie case you will need to create a 
directory on your disk called Fonts and 
copy the appropriate character sets 
into it. 

The reason that your disk is using 
an American keytjoard is because you 
have not told it to load the GB key ma p. 
You need to copy the Selmap com- 
mand from the System drawer and the 
OB keymap into the C directory and 
then type the following command in 
your startup-sequence: 

Hiaip c'fl» 

Once you have saved the startup- 
sequence, reset your Amiga and hope- 
fully the neitt lime it boots up the disk 
you should have a British keyboard 
and not an American orw. 



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y-iA I own an Amiga A600 to which I have fitted a 60Mb hard drive and a tMb exparision 
fe\ J'' memory Until recently the programs which I had installed onto the hard drive worked 

^'- perfectly biil now when I try to run some of Ihese programs my computer crashes. 

When the computer crashes I normally get the following system message: 



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Wlieo I do a soft reboot I normaily get the lollowlng message: 

S*™ Fdiffi - f^ W lloM hfflfl Tjtoinii - to WCDP^ TBI IW^ 

In spite Of what the first message reads I always wait for the disk light to go off and for the clock to 
torn back into Ihe pointer before dDul>le-clicking program icons. 

I always use the same procedure but still tliese programs will not work. I have also noticed that 
the trashcans in both my hard drive partitions have ceased to work. 

] m very much a beginner as far as computers are concerned and I tael ! am out of my deiith so 
1 am wrilino in the hope that you may be able to help me solve this problem. 

J Byme, Gibrsiiat 



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f^Ci\ an item d hardware Is not working eitaclly as it should. 

\^i^ What 1 would suggest is that you try to load 1h a programs minus the 1 Mb e up an - 

" sion as there could be a problem with il. If the programs work you Imow Ihat it is Ihe 
Bxpaosion that is causing the problcnis. 

t presently rtwn an accelerator and RAM fitpansion which lairly regularly crashes my 
machine with the error flO000OQ4. Wlien J 
am not using the acceleralor my Amiga 
works line. 

My only oltier suggestion is fi^at you total- 
ly re-1arm^t your hard drive and Ihan re- 
install (he system software and your pro- 
grams. Admittedly, this is a laborious chore 
but II the problems persist at least you will 
know thai it is not the hard drive or the 
installalior). 

Problems of this hind consist dI a process 
n1 allmlnation. Remoi^e ihe expansion, re- 
rprm^tihe hard drive and, il neither o1 these 
work write in again and we'll take it from 
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f you own an A1200, eongralula- 
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home computers, capable of run- 
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supsfti games 

The At 200 boasts a 6S020 processor. 32- 
bit architetiure and tlie AGA (Advanced 
Graphics Architecture) chipset capable of 
displaying Ihousaftds of colours on-screen at 
one time. 

What's moi-e, the A 1200 comes with a 
fulEy funcUoifiai GUI (Graphical User 
Interface) known as the WorKbeneh wtiich is 
now inlo release 3.0. 

To become proiicient wiih the A1200 a 
good uridefsianding of AmigaDOS is 
required and Ihis is exactly wtiat this arlicte 
intends to teach you. ! would imagiine thai 
you have already read yoyr Woritbench 3.0 
martual and are familiar with [he basic work- 
ings of Workbench. 

This tutorial will cover Ihe maniy aspects of 
Amiga DOS and help you to get the most 
from your machine. Ttiroughout the tutorial 
you will ragulariy come across the terms 
LMB and RMB, Ttiese abbreviations refer to 
Left Mouse- Button and Right Mouse Button 
and indicate that you shouW elicit that button 
on the mouse. 

Our task in this tutorial is to create an 
auto-booting, di&l<: thai can be used to store 
programs. While covering this you will learn 
about the structure of Workbench 3,0 and 
what functions, the many programs have. 
Obviously, the first thing we must do is to for- 
mat a disk ready to become our auto-boisting 
disk. Insert a disk into DFO (the Amiga's 



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internal disk drive) and dick on it once with 
the LMB, pressing and holding down the 
RMB select Fonnat Disk from the Icons menu 
at ttie top of the Workbench, 

This will bring up the format requester 
which will allow you to specify exactly how 
you want to format the disk. Below the actual 
name of this disk are four buttons iabeiied 
Put Trashcan, Fast File System, International 
Mode and Directorv Cacheing. 

These opti^ons can be selected Of de- 
selected by clicking in ihe appropriate box 
wilt! the LMB. EKplanaliona of these options 
can be lound in your Wort^bench 3.0 manual 
in section 3-22, 

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press ihe left Amiga key and: X together, Ttiis 
tias the effect of deleting the text thai was 
previously in tfie box, Type m Ihe following: 

KyDiilt. 

Press Return and then click on the Formal 
button to actually erase the disk. It ttie disk 
was already formatted as an AmigalOOS disk 
you could have selected Quick Fommat which 
is a Id faster. 

When the disk has flnistied formatting it will 
appear on the Workbench with the name 
MyDtsk. Before we go on let's espialn a little 
atxHJi how disks ane stmctured. 

An AmigaDOS disk is made up of three 
parts - the boot block, root directory and data 
area. The hoot block contains the auto-boot 
information, the root directory contains all the 
information about the disk and the files thai 
are on it and the data area contains all the 
data that makes up the many files, 

WTien the root directory is erased all that's 
lefl is useless data in the data area. The 
Quick Format command in the Formal 
requester simpily clears this directory. This Is 
why it is a lot quicker than the Format com- 



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mand as this attempts to clear the entiri 
disk. The boot bkwk contains the informaticr 
which infomns the Amitga if the disk is aut» 
booting or not, Wlien you toniiat a disk it » 
not auto-bootirig so we have to make it s- 
using the Install command. 
Thetoimat for the Install command is: 

[nitaU CDr^'r!] IftoiwU LCiinti] [FFS] 

Drive can be either DFO;, DFl:. 0F2:, DF3 
or CCO; depending on which drive you ha* 
connected to your machine. Most users 'M 
only have DFO. 

If ttie NotMot option is added then the boo 
block is removed and the disk is no long« 
auto-booting The Check command simpi 
checks wtietheT or not the chosen disk i 
auto-booting and reports its findings. Don' 
worry about the FFS option as it is ignored. 

So, to make our disk auto-booting tu 
have 10 install a boot block. Locate the She-; 
program and clOiible click it usirtg the LMB sc 
that it opens yp, Type in: 

InstBll dtO; 

When you press ttie Return key ttie Amiga 
will install a boot block on ttie disk in DFO, 
Of course, an auio-booting disk is no use 

whatsoever without the necessary tiles- A' 
this point (t would probatjiy be a good idea ic 
explain the structure of an auto-booting, disk 
a structure which your Workbertch 3,0 dis- 
depends on to work property- 

Intagine an AmigaCKlS disk as a huge fil 
ing cabinet capable of holding an immens! 
amount of infofmation. Inside this filing cabt 
nel are sub-sections containing even mort 
informatjon. This is basically how ai 
AmigaDOS disk is stnictured. 

Your Workbench contains drawers an< 
inside these are files and sometimes othi 
drawers containing even more files. Thes 
drawers are called directories and are use- 
to keep the Workbench neat and tidy. 

There are several drawers that auto-booi 
ing disks rely on. These drawers or directs 
rtes are called S, C, Devs, Libs and L. TTier 
are a few others but it is these that are ih 
most important. The bost-out "Giving direc 
tkms" looks more closely at each one. 

Now that we know which directories w 
need on our auto-booting disk we can creat 
Ihem and copy the necessary files to them. 

From the Shell type in Ihe following: 



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tories on the device specified, in our case 
MyDisk, 
Now type in: 

Tills will show you all the directories on 
MyDisk which: should be S, C, DEVS, LIBS 
and L. We now need to create a file called 
Siartup-Sequence in the S directory which 
KtyDlsk can execuite when it is loaded,. 

We must create the script file using 
AmigaDOS s text editor called Ed which 
resicles in the C directory. Type in the Shell 
the following in order to create a file called 
Startup-Sequence: 

Notice that we don't have to tell AmigaDOS 
where Ed is. The Shell automatically checks 
the C directory for commandis that have no 
paih. We could have easily typed in: 

C:lii HsrBuk:s^stirtijp-if4Utiitc- 

This will create a file in ihe S directorv of 
MiYDisk called Startup-Sequence, DbvkJLtslv, 
tbe script is blank so we'll enter some instruc- 
tions so that when the disk boots we have a 
fully functkming Workbench. 

Type in the folbwing listing, rerr^embering to 
press Return after eadi line and I will explain 
in^hat each line does after. 

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To save the startup-sequence press Esc, x 
and then Return. We will be imp-roving this 
Startup-sequence considerably in future arli- 

des but this will suffKe for now. In the mean- 
time let's take a look at eadi line. 

Echt "Wi Is vf iute-bn«tinf iitt' 

The Echo command works jusi like a Print 
statement In Basic, It effecth/ely prints the foi- 
^towing leitt, provided lit is contained in quotes 
to the screen. 

Asji^fi ti Riis 
Ttie Assign command allows directories to be 



referenced by a new name raiher lihan their 
usual names, in this case T. it points any ref- 
erence to T to RAM. T holds temporary files 
and is used by the system. 

You can assign any names to a path. 
Imagine you had a drawer called Text in 
another drawer called Writing on the 
WorktMncih disk. 

Instead of having to change directory to 
the Text drawer you could simply create an 
■assign to point straight to It, like: 

itsslfn T£1T: Uftrkbtnchilfriting/'Uiit 

Every time you wanted to load or save a text 

tile from a word processor etc you would 
simply select TEXT: as the path. 

Another assign, this time ENV which points 
to RAM once again. ENV stands for 
ENviror>mentat Variables and Is used by pro- 
grams to slore variables. Vou can use these 
variables but they are best left to the prefes- 
sionals. 

L«jii!ia 

This command resides in the C directory and 
basically loads and activates Ihe Workbench 
program. This commartd^ is not the complete 
Workbench program - it only activates iti 

ENtCLI >iia; 

The EndCLI command also resides in the C 
directory and terminates ihe cunrent CU win- 
dow so that the WorkJbench can be exposed. 
The >NIL; command suppresses any output 
to the screen such as a text message. 

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sary cOfTtmaftds $o t/iai our disk auto-boots 
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Giuing directions 

S (scripts) 

ThB S directory coniaims ex.ftcuia£iie scripts, one 
of i^ichi is a file called Slartup-sequence which 
all .auio-booiirtg disks look for in order tp boot 
correcily. You can lake a lool at your 
Workbench Slgrtiip-sequence by entering the 
foliowirg command in the Shell and pfessing 
Return; 

Ed !:Su;tije'Sii|tj*Act 

TTiG startup-s&qjence contains ail th& infomia- 
tion nfisded lo sal up a Workbench. It basically 
call^ COrniTianiJs Irani th@ Q directory and run^ 
ttiem in order to set certain parameters so Jhat 
ttie Workbench will Ivjnction correctly. 

G (Commands) 

The C difeclory contains all tfie AmigaDOS 
commarrds ttiat control the Workbench. Ttie 
siariup-sequence in Ihe 3 direciory calls ihese 
commands in order to set up Workbench. The 
Install cominand' resides in tiie G directory, 

DEVS (DEViceS) 

TJie DEVS directory conlains ttte device driver 
files for Ihe devices ihai are currenity active on 
the Workbench. It contains the driver liEes for 
ttiings sucli as keyboard language, monitcirs and 
prihl&rs. 

LIBS (LIBraryS) 

The LIBS difectory cortairs files that ate used 
by prograims in order to perform particular Junc- 
tions. They cannot be run by ttiemselves. 
Certain programs may need panicular libraries 
in order to function correctly. 



This directory con I airs the device handlers, 
software modules ttiat ad as jrlermediate 
stages b^twe^r AiTiiga[}OS and Ihe devices 
used by the Amiga. The machine calls these 
handlers and therefore the user needn't worry 
abojl Ihem except when the handlers requiire 
Ifistaliatior, 



Jargon buster 

S: Contains script files indurjing ihe startup- 
sequence 

C: Contains ail AmigaDOS commands such as 
MakeDir, Dir etc 

DEVS: Contains the device driver liies for Ihe 
devices ttiat are currently active on the 
Wor1(bench, 

LIBS; Contains files that are called by programs 
in order to perform certain functions, 
L: Contains the device handlers, software mod- 
ules Ihai act as intermediate stages between 
AmigaDOS and ttie devices tised by the Amiga 
T; Used to Store temporary files. 
ENV: Used to slore the environmental variables. 



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I's riol often that an old timer liNe 
yours truly is surprised by \h^ 
arittcs of marketing rnen, Et's even 
more unusual - if not unheard of - for ihe 
surprise to be a pleasant one. 

As you've probably gje=ssecl I've just had 
such an experience, \n a recent seminar 
hosle-d by Premier Vision, Alihough a new 
name to the Amiga scene, I heir founding 
fathers - Messrs Arvdy Bis^hop and Andrew 
Gould - are old Amiga harKis wilti a wealth 
of experier>ce in mus-ic and multimedia. 

Now wi(h the Premier Vision logo embla- 
zoned across their chests the dynamic duo 
are determined to stamp out ihe scourge of 
sales prevention that's haunled Ihe Amiga in 
the potentially lucrative corporate market. 

ObviPiJ^ly the new Batman and Robin Of 
the Amiga business aren't simply in it for 
tove, but this shouldn't detract from their 
efforts to provide a serious platform for the 
machine and its ever growing range of 
add-ons- 

To introduce urwonvinced corporate types 
to the Amiga takes mof e than a fre« ticket to 
the next bos-shrfiing spectacular. As a result 
Premier Vigior^ did a commendable amount 
of legwork and personally invited a select 
audience for a full day of Amiga introdtiction 
at a cost of £90 a lime, 

With the aforementioned price tag and the 
Amiga's lack of corporate presence I was 
fully expecting a labia of BLTs and tea and 
biSCuilS to myself. 

SEMINARS 

With a mixture of surprise and disappoint- 
ment I found myseM in the heart of London 
surrounded by a fuit house of assorted suits, 
graphic designers, and independent TV pro 
duction companies. 

During this, the first Of a inumber of 
planned quarterly seminars, the onus was on 
Ihe Amiga as a video tool witti representa- 
tives from as far afield as Australia displaying 
their wares. 

One of the rmjst refreshing aspects of Ihe 
day was the leaning towards presentation 
rattier than the usual ban shifting; with only 
one or two exceptions all the exhibitors let. 
their products sell themselves - which in 
most cases th-ey did with great aplomb, To 



Faul Bustin reparts on 

a fsuniutianBfii appraacfj 

to Rmiga mdrketlog 



be fair quHe a few of ihe attendant video- 
graphic types already had a reasonahte 
knowledge of the Amiga and were there for a " 
fir^t-hand look at the impressive array of third 
party hardware. 

The highlighl ol the day was the debut of 
not one but Ihree digital video systems- At 
the cheaper end ol Ihe m.arkot came Ihe 
£400 Peggy Plus Mpeg: card which offers an 
answer to the problem of full frarrie video 
enccding' ai^ playback, 

BROADCAST 

UnlorlunateJy the card didn't have much 
appeal for broacteast types due to the encod- 
ing time, and S-VHS/Composite output. 
However fw Ihe semi-pro user with a Piccoto 
card and suitable video kit it provides an 
unbelievably cheap - if rather time consum- 
ing - alternative to single frame recording. 

The last card to take the digiial stage was 
Ihe product that attracted most of the pros to 
Ihe launch. The PAR - alias personal anima- 
tion recorder - has already generated huge 
interest by not only offering live import and 
expoM; ot near P1 quality video but also full 
16-tiit audio when combined with the ADS 16 
SunRi2e 1 6-bit sampler. 

Like the Helfrich product, the PAR was put 
througti its paces with combined live 
audio/video recordings whicb played back 
perfectly, To describe llie demonstration as 



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babies 




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«tt0 hall of (h« tfynamlc iftie 



impressjivs would be understating things just 
a tad. 

The assorted suits and corporate types 
were quite literally mesmeri-sed by the ease 
of use and astonishing quality. 1/Vhen the 
price of around C3,50Q for a complete pro 
system - with the essential IDE hard disks - 
was added to the equation, even the most 
hard-bitten Amiga bashers tdund it impossi- 
ble to hide their enthusiasm. 

Unfortunately that's about as much detail 
as a single page wi ailow, but rest assured 
that all of Ihe above products will appear in 
AC as soon as they become available, as 
indeed will the host of other products that 
didn't get a irnention - including the excellent 
revision to Ihe SunRize direct-to-disk sam- 
pling software. 

It only remains for me lo Ihank Premier 
Vision tor at last giving the Amiga the plat- 
fomn it deserves. Combine their efforts with 
the A.C.E. initiative and the promise of a 
nevif Rise-based Windows NT-compatible 
machine, and the Amiga could at last 
receive the corporate exposure it so richly 
deserves. /^ 



UMuy 



An jnleresting rewctimer was a brand neiw Jpeg digital video 
card from Helfrich irlsmationat 

Alltiough the adtJal name tl Ihe b<>ard rsttiains a mystery, 
tk prB-productiofi mod&l was on-tiand to proviile a toiy 
itnprtssJve (iis-plsy i?f wliat cafi be achieved o^ a prelty bas-ic 
system. 

Unfortunately the demonstration was hatnpered by ilir>guis- 
Ucs as Ihe- German mamifaciurer attempted to explain that tlie 
slight pauses in playback were cause by a rather catastrophic 
tianj drufC crash the prevrous night whicli had seriously frag- 
mented Ihe drive, 

Bui this did nolhing lo reassure Ihe fairly cynical audience 
wtio instantly turned f^d at the prospect of dropping a frame, 
even if tiie cause was nothing more thian a temporary glilcfi. 

To pul Ihe Helfrich product into perspective, it was njnning 
01 a A3000 using a standard SCSI. Obviously wiifi the addi- 
tion oi a healltiy hard disJ? and a SCSI II thai could transfer 



data fougtily five limes faster the ertaiic playback probably 
wouldn't have been a problem. 

The board's accompanying sound card is still ir the 
design stage but orce complete it should provide CD^quality, 
1&-bit audio to match ils25fps, 24-bit video playback. 

Better still, it offers much improved encoding of existing 
graphics with corswrsion speeds between five and ten sec- 
onds per frame, but perhaps most innpoflant of ail was its abil- 
ily to dtgitise live vrdeo. 

Thanks to variable compression ralios, quality can vary 
Petween composite right up to wiltiin spitting disSance of Dl - 
alias broadcast digital video. 

The board is set to retail lor around £1.000 minus the 
audio card and won't requife a dedicated hard disk - although 
a Gigabyte dtive or upwards would be a prerequisite for sen- 
ous use. At ttie optimum quality, such a dnve should provide 
beiween ten to 15 minules of broadcast-quality video. 



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Like any self-respeciing pr^seniation or 
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and paste operations. 

Below ttie tool bar sits the real heart of Hie 
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gle pages, audio events, animations, ARejcx 
triggers, active genlock pages and VSP's 
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Alongside every page sit two additional 
kx>ns, one of which controls the timing infor- 
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options. Not surprisingly,, you can simply add 
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tiie sequence. 

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requester holding Ihe entire range of 68 
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melhod of redirecling Ihe user around the script according to biitlon and liol-spo( 
selectmis. 

For example you can oonstmct a simple infomnation syslem which will take 
tfie usfif down: a particular fotjie and then perhaps return them to ttie mam screen 
automafjicaliy:. 



Amiga Carnputing 



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shows the selected transition in action via 
two thumbnail dummy pages. Assuming 
you've defined the appropriate timing and 
added the transition of your choice, it's time 
to move on to the next page in the presenta- 
tion. In the oas9 of video work ttiis is most 
likely to be the titling page but there's a fairly 
impressive selection to choose f rom,. 

Along the right side of the main screen 
awall all the available page options which 
from top 10 bottom include a basic black 
page, followed by a rather odd colour bar. 
Quite why these have been added as 
defautts rather than simple IFFs is a mystery, 
but I suppose it's still early days. 

Following ihes& come the essential Title 
and IFF options. As the name suggests, the 
Tide page allows you to add animated text to 
the page, which like full page transitions has 
its own selection of approxirmateiy J 5 intros 
for eilher text, hmshes or VSP's own inter- 
r>ally-generated graphics, such as the stars 



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in tte Test TraftSition screerjshot overleaf, 

As you'd expect from a ti fling package, 
3D, drop shadow, italics and oirtfined t^sl are 
all on. ottof in addition to a selection of back- 
drops or IFF of you choice. 

You can add buttons ai^ hot-spots which 
can redirect the script, play a sample or 
issue an ARexx command. And of course 
anti-aliasing is optional on all graphic pages. 

IFF pages offer much Ihe same as far as 
text handling is concerned but ihey also pro- 
vide thte added benefit of optional animation. 
Moving on we come to the sound event, 
which can be either a sample or MOD wtiich 
will play asynchronousfy with the giraphics 
according to Ihe timeline - more on that 
later. 

Below this you're provided with special 
genlock screens which exploit tho additional 
videogfaphic power of the ECS chipsei. Add 
to that standalone ARexx control pages and 
Ihe seiectton of index markers - user defin- 
able syb-routines or goto pages - and the 
selection is compJeie. 

GALLERY 

The onJy other obvious element of the 
main screen is the rather mysteriously titled 
gallery window. Basically this is a graphical 
approach to cut and paste. 

For example, if you want to copy an ele- 
ment to a various location you simple drag rt 
into the gallery window, scroll to the appro- 
pnate position and drop tt back in. 

Although useful on larger presentaiions, 
the Gallery only really comes into its own 
when sharing elements fnom extsUng presen- 
lations. As menlioned earlier, it's possible 10 
open iwo presentations simultaneously - in 
which case the Gallery c^n be invatuatile in 
allowing you to copy pages complete with 
define effects and timing and drop I hem 
straight into arwther script. 

Alihough tifning control is handled fairly 
extensively via the individual icons for e^ch 
page, the program also provides a method of 
fine tuning Ihe presentation via the Timeline 
control window which pop-ups via a control 
button towards the bottom of the screen. 

Once active, atl the elements within the 
scfipi are shown on a linear lime line with 



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ff you've been invohped In tf» Amiga scene lor some time Ihwe s a good chaice that Ihe VSP IntarfSM 
will s«en v3gL'*[v tamlRar. The reason is thaf Ihe progrtm is a (fireci descendant ol another Out 
proc mentation Ussier . 

Aiir^ugn a very impfeaitve pfoduci. Presemitioo Masier am suiter from something of an ktenlity 
crisis and never reallv found its place in Ihe marteL 

In fact it s probably fair to say it was a little too far atesd of Hs time In attempting an ambitious 
comtHnslion of presentation, nyperteirt and DTP which often demanded loo mudi effort on the part of 
ll>8 machine and tts op««tor. 

As a conwquence, the best eiements of Presentation Master have now been boiled down to form 
VSP. Fortunatety he process is being handled well and the new program is becoming very much a 
product m fis own right thanks to various dedicated videograpWc and lilhng add-ons. 



various drag bars displaying ihe particular 
timing infonnation for the various events in 
the script- 
As you're already aware, not all Ihe possi- 
ble events within a VSP presentation are 
necessarily graphical, As a result, the time- 
line provides a method of non-graphically 
asynchronously co-ordinating events with 
tfieir pictorial counterparts. 

For example an AResx or audto event can 
be triggered during a transition or animation. 



In such eircumstarrees the timeline graphics 
can hG an invaluable aid when constructing 
complete multiple events within a conriplex 
presentation, 

In tact tor the expert the timeline can 
alrTKjst become a complete replacement for 
the main control screen. In order to edit a 
particular event, whether it be a transition or 
a complete page, you Just click, on its tlme- 
llne graphic and the appropriate selection 
screen or editor appears, /;:«y 



IharHfs to the bask; framework provided bv l^resenlatiofi Mastef and 
tie exira videograptiic essenlials sudi as genlock support it would 
a|}pear VSP could well lake ttie semj profes^al video markel by 
storm, 

Tliis Mems even more llkeEy if ttie rumours of a price point of 
aroiMid £100 iKJtualiy turn out to b€ inje. However, it's na all ptain 
sailing for the program. Although the- basic structure of ihe package 
Is In place, il's still a long way from perfed when it comes to play- 
back. 

During' the review ihe program was tested on an A^WiAO and 
an Aaooo running a GVP OM with a 68882 FPU. On the 030, play- 
tsack was particularly poor even though the machine boasted 2Mb oJ 
chip RAM and anolher 1 2Mb o< fast. 



AlltxHjgh all ttie ifansilions worthed, the vBst me^orty were very 
\B\kf and in some cases suffered km occasional screen comjplion, 
The saine was true in the Titte Edit screen which also added unwanh 
ed elements wilhin text strings. 

However il must tw stressed that the program is still very much a 
Beta test release, so a certain amount of buggy behaviour is jo be 
expadetl. 

As this ts most definitely a preview raiher than a review, any form 
of scoring would be highly inappropriate. However, if Oxxi can 
address the problem of occasional screen cormptiw and impro^ 
playbac*;, the big guns in the Amiga presentation macket may well 
tiave a real pnAlem on tor hands wtien lf»e finisfied version finally 
flits the streets. 



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Ot was only necentlv 'hat ihe Amiga's 
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Once an image Is loaded. Personal Paint 
otters a variety of editing loois, most of 
which are available in Deluxe PatnE, The arc 
lool has been much improved containing 
points which the user can drag in order to 
increase or decrease the cun/ature of the 



arc. The onfy problem with this tool is that 
when dragging points vertically or horizon- 
tally, the mouse slops at the screen edges 

and the curve can be extended no further. 
This iis a majoj" error which needs to be cor- 
rected as soon as possible. 

Pefsonal Paint also supports retargetable 
graphics including Picasso and Retina. 
However, when 1 tried to load a standard 
ILSM created in imagine the program quit. 
Why I don't know! 

Oomg tsack to the editing tools. Drawing 
with extended pen nibs or brushes causes 




St BUB UihitB chBchs- 

But thB Idtest- 

wntsfidef to thB- 

paint pacHasB tramn. 

Cludnts's PersQual Faint- 



Italian stallion 



the program to slow considerably, and this 
on an A120€ with an 030 aeceleralor, FPU 
{floating point unit] and 4Mb of RAM. 
Deluxe Paint, even with full screen brush- 
es, renders Ihem quickly and without slow- 
ing down and therefore Personal Pamt 
loses points to its rival. 

A useful feature is the Grab AppJication 
Screen which when activated allows the 
user to grab a screen of the 'Wort^tjench or 
any other Open application and dump the 
fiie onto the editing screen. 

Personal Paint is capable of combining 
two pictures into one and creating a suit- 
able palette. This is ideal for anyone who 
wants to combine pictures which contain 
different palettes into one single image or 
an animation in Deluxe Paint. In 
facli, an unlimited number of pictures 
can be merged with very little colour 
reduction 

Of course, the quality of the reduction 
depends greatly upon how many colours 
your initial picture contains but an AGA 
machine should have no problem remap- 
ping colours. 

II is Personal Paint's image processing 
tools that make this a worthy paint package 




be fiH3^*d kito 
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Pvwpr^ P^rjirl JM in it^ 

imafe processing abHIttam. 

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look Uka R Hmm JHwn paint- 

taitjf a ttualUf^a water 

colour artist. Jnwi^ff pro- 

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alone. It may not have animation or per- 
spective facilities but the comb I nation of 
advanced image processing and competent 
editing tools makes Personal Paint one 
of the best all-round paint packages 
available. 

Apart from the customary blur, errkboss 
and pixelise-type processing options, more 
advanced functions are available such as 
water-colour. The water-coiour effect is truly 
amazing and gives a very realistic impres- 
sion of such a painting, 

A special tool has been added which 
allows you to image process on specified 
areas of the screen. This means you can 
draw a shape and then process any data 
under that shape without affecting the rest 
of the screen, 

PROCESSING 

Unfortunatety mosi, if not all of the image 
processing functions are very slow, even on 
the lower screen formats. Why the image 
processing and drawing tools are so slow is 
a mystery but rt is a problem that certainly 
needs addressing and hopefully Gloanto 
will solve it with iaier versions. 

Personal Painl is a great paint and pro- 
cessing package but there a few niggles 
that do let it down. The lack of animation or 
perapaetive hold it back considerably but as 
an addition to Deluxe Paint it is certainly 
worth the asking price. The wealth ot image 
processing features provided justify the 
p nee alone. 

Personal Paint costs £49.99. For more 
information contact Meridian Software 
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ver the last couple of years, pres- 
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ever-growing software Industry to 
son out )t$ act and clean up il$ image Into 
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that its games oO'Uld have on youth, 

ELSPA (fhe European Leisure Software 
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conlents Df games ;5rKl Iq make Cl^Sr which 
titles are suitable for oerlain ages. 

In addition to which of course, it's 
important that when people are buying 
ori;gmel software that it is seen to be 
logoed and identifiable In the sense that it 
comes from a legitimate and reasonable 
Supplier, 

Therefore, too. parents shouJd under- 
stand what they're buying is legitimate and 
is produced by a responsibie publisher. 

W Do your members have to abide by the 
new/ ratings or wHt they be struck off the 
list Of ELSPA? 

Clearly, It is recornmendation by ELSPA 




Too little, 

too late? 



[lSFff'5 nsiu setf-rBgu/dtan/ 

rules CQuld be seen as the 

games industm grouimg up - or 

struggfmg tu auuld legislation. 

But do theii address the real- 

issue uf child protediun? ■ 

Udam Phillip tnuestigates ■ 



Hover MMHtwt at CLSPH 



and we're confident that all members of ffie 
association will adopt it in duc3 cdufSe;, if ntt\ 

already - a vast mafority are immediately 
adopting the system. 

S But if tttey don 't abide, tvhet happens 7 

HThgl wDuM be a dedsion that would be 
need lo be taken In ttie fullness of time, 
determined by the circunasiances at any 
one stage - if anyorie abuses the system of 
coufse, then that's a diffefenl matter 
altogether 

S Oo you feel that the ratings system witt 
make any reai difference in consumer 
choice ? Do you think perenta wiH teke 
notice? 

HWelJ, It's up to them really. Obviously, 
It's equaMy up to us io ensure tha! 
they are properly informed ol how il works 
and there will bo by a campaign at retail 
levef. 

El is a voluntary circumstance and reiail- 
ers may wish to adopt it but they're under 
no obligation not to sell any games if they're 
not suitable for children according to the 
rating system because il is not a mandatory 
system. 

There has, been pressure put on us by 
retailers to provide some form of guideJine 
and therefore if retailers find that some 
product doesn't have a rating, it's up to 
Ihem to d&dde whether they wish to stock It 

or not- 




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m What about the young buyers whose 
parents don't take an interest in what 
their children buy? Is there anything you 
can do to look out far them? 

^We are providing purely a guideline for 
parents, not rrecessarily for kids. If young 
children want to go in and buy a game 
which is net suitable according to the age 
rating sySterri, it is entirely up tO the retailer 
whether they wish to sell it or not, 

gf! Don't you feet that highly-rated games 
will receive more sttention, therefore 
help with marketing arid increase satee? 

0Well, the same principle applies to video 
or films doesn't it, feally... 

^ Video and titm traders are iegaily 
obiigated to not providing certified mate- 
rial to an age group below the ratings - 
ELSPA members have no legislation at 
an to adhere to,„ 

ElSince we had pressure put on us by 
retail, retailers will adopt a system whereby 
if it's not suitable, they may not sell it to the 
child. I mean if a child wants ic get hold of 
it, he'll send somebody else older in to gel it 
for him 

That same premise applies even under 
the lawful restrictions, so the raling system 
is a means by which people can identify 
products 10 be suitable forage groups. 

This'll provide software of a responsible 
nature from the publishers and it's also a 
means of establishing a seH- regulatory sys- 
tem which ideally will not require govern- 
ment intervention, 

You must understand that the perception 
of this industry is fairly important and it's 
equally important that magazine publishers 
maintain a responsible attitude in the way 
they present products to the consumer. 

The magazine publishing industry is very 
much a shop window and therefore, il is 
important,-, I'm not suggesting your maga- 
zine in any way... but there are magazines 
that have been seen to be undermining 
what we are trying establish, which is a 
responsible attitude, 

IS Is the ratings system simply a way to 
appease the government and other cen- 
soring bodies from clamping down on 



Amiga CompHting 



MAY 1 994 



E 



INTERVIEW 



the industry? Does your achenfi offer 
reaf protection taking into account to the 
tack of tegai tegisiBtien? 



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a The faci is that the law already exists to 
ensure ihat gam&s that need classrtying are 
classified-. 



Bui thai, I'm afraid, is going to happen,., 

weiL I'm not afraid, I'm rather glad it's going 
to happen, Under the current legislation 
going through Parliament, the Criminal 
Justice Act is being amended meaning car- 
tridges will be tncluded, 

39 Do you feel that games such as Moetaf 
Kombat are heafthy titles for the young 
ptByer? 

swell, the Initial Mortal Kombat was intro- 
duced by Acclaim, was seen by the Trading 
Standards Authorities, the British Board of 
Film Classification and the Video Standards 
Council and was defined as being not 
required to be classified. Not just under the 
law but in real terms, because il is a fighting 
game, bul it is a digitised program. 

The Images are unreal and I think that 
there is an awful lot of [latronisation of the 
youth of today to assume that they can't teii 
the difference between fantasy and reality. 

My 14-year-old son plays computer 
games 3nd I monitor what he plays, 

S What ebout the parents who don't 
moTittor What their children play? 

a Well, Ihat's the object of what we are try- 
ing to achieve, which is to inform parents, or 
specifically tho^e who are conoernad about 
It but are not sufficiently au fait with the sys- 
tems, 10 make Ihem feet more comfortable 
about it... 





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a Do you feei that as games become 
more realistic and interacttve, they 
should become properly certified like 
videos and tUms ? 

igweinney willbe. 

a A good ttiing7 

0The argument.8 can rage in the same 
way as the arguments were made about Itie 
voluntary rating systems thai it will encour- 
age children to go for the higher-aged 
games. The same principle applies if you 
certify gam&s formally In the way the BBFC 
classify vidso and fHm, 

As more and more games require classi- 
fication because of the real images shown 
tn them, we have to work out a syslem with 
the BBFC to ensure that those games can 
and will be submitted in the same way that 
tney are now on a voluntary basis. 

We have to make 3ure thai the BBFC 
can view the games in such a way that it is 
administratively practical and feasibb. 

I mean it is very, very drtficultfor software 
publishers to submit game details other 
than on video, in order for the classification 
to be given. We have to wortt out the ways 



• Since this irMerview, there has been a considerable 
amount of dissent among software and hgrrfware manu- 
facturers conceming the scheme. Neither Nintendo nor 
Acclaim, both EL SPA members, are intending to follow 
the new system. 

Nintendo UK said: "We have to take a global view. 
We can't be parochial, unless legislation absolutely 

(orces us to." 

While not denouncing ELSPA in anyway for their 
motivation to get something done, Nintendo are more 
interested in the battle in the States to establish a world- 



wide system. Acclaim are sinniarly looking to North 
America for a global solution and standard. 

Many other companies iiave complained about the 
Mo^niior Man logo which has now been dropped. 
Electronic Arts are using the now system but, accord- 
ing to Computer Trade Weekly, ^are nol happy to", and 
Ocean are hoping that "something better will come 
along" but have agreed to use the system . 

Despite these setbacks, ELSPA Is adamant about 
their plans and believe that goverment interaction is 
closer than people may Ihiok 



Mcm^tor Mart - th» iepa 
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in which a process can be established - 
we'll be doing itiat next week. 

More games will be classified as time 
goes on inevitably, but of course the vast 
majority of games will not required to be 
classified formally. 

In those eireumstanees, we believe that 
we have support from retail and from 
Parliamervtary interests and from otiiers 
within the industry as well as the Video 
Standards Council, 

People will have the opportunity of get- 
ting some idea of how suitable the graphic 
content of a game is in age lerms, 

A voluntary guideline can do nothing l>ut 
good in thai respect and inevitably in a 
journallsiic press and from the media's 
point of view, you're damned if do and 
damned it you don't. We teel that it is 
important, that it is not hype for the 
industry. 

The rating sysiem is simply a means of 
establishing the industry as responsible - it 
addresses its products to the consumer in 
a respons.ible way and the people who buy 
the product with the logo and the age rating 
system on it can be sure thai it is accept- 
able in every possible way. 

SI Sorrte people in the Industry feei that 
its too tittle, too late - how do you feel 
about that? 

No. I don'i agree at ail. It certainly super- 
sedes anything that anybody else in the 
world has done - it's the first voluntary sys- 
tem I hat's been installed anywhere in the 
world and secondly, looK what happened to 
the video industry who did nothing. 

Thank you for your time, 

• It you have any views or opinions on 
the interview then we would like to hear 
from you. Send Istters and other oddities 
lo The Devil's Advocate st the 
usuaf address... more interviews next 
month. ■ 




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aW3fopriate input ami outpitl formal. In tacs 
K's her« whefie you have your first tasle of 
transcoding - a pracess wliich is so sirnQte 
you hardly notice you're doing it. 

However before you iransoode or convert 
from one vid&o format to anoBher, you must 
defir>e your source. In the case of TBCPIus 
there's simultaneous support for two conv 
posite and one Y/C, each ot which can be 
swiiiched live with a clean frame accurate 
cut. 

Y/C SIGNALS 

For those 'woriting exclusive in Y/C 

there's also an option to accommodate two 
y;C signals, tiut to use it you'll need lo 
invest in a Y/C mini din which splits the lumi- 
nafice ^ Y - and chiionninance - C - into two 
separate male phonos. 

Once achieved you plug, the separate sig- 
nals inio the composite inputs arid select 
V/C2 on the control panel. Mow you can 
switch between the ivm Y/Cs - but of tMufse 
composite input is sacrificed in the process. 

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ven though the Amiga has had a 
long and illustrious career in the 
video business, lime base correc- 
tors sill I generate puzzled axprea- 
aions and vague convflrsation from even the 
most experienced Amiga vittec^raphers. 

The reason is that TSCs - as they're mors 
often called - have always been expensive 
beasis, swathed in mystery, only to be found 
lurking at the heart o1 the most pricey pro edit 

suites. 

Now GVP' are eel to change that with the 
arrival of T&CPluS, a product that not only 
Dlfers colour correction and a rock solid sync 




but much more besides. 

If you're a little unsure about the subject, 
have a quick browse through the ^&cV.- 
ground info section and pop back later 
because It's time to dive head-long into the 
features and functionality of this excellent 

product- 

Noi surpnsingiy TSCPIus is yet another 
peripheral that demands a Zorro slot whether 
it be version 11 or III so am afraid an A1500 
or above is a prerequisite, Aside from adding 
the card, the only other essentia! is to plug-in 
pie supplied 25-pin connector, which bristles 
with ten assorted I/O leads. 

Assuming you've selected the appropriate 
input and output connedors for your particu- 
lar kit, all that remains is to install the soft- 
ware and start to eMperimant. 

On. boot-up the first task is lo select the 



include a comprehenBive selection of preset 
project settings which offer automatic corv 
figuration for most systems. 

In addition, the card's ARexx support pro- 
vides a few useful scnpts for lading dowt^ 
one input, switching and fading up on 
another, and of course where you find 
AReiEB you're sure to discover user-defin- 
able macros which offer an even more flexi- 
ble application of the card. 

BASICS 

For now I'll leave the plus aspects of Iha 
card aside and concentrale on the basics. 
Assuming your equipment is providing an 
input and the correa input mode is select- 
ed, the card will automatically sense the 
incoming format. 

However, to ensure success and to p4io- 



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It $Qiin^$ gtnd, the output lOQks great, 
but what exactly h a TBC, and wh&t 
does it do? Essentially a TBC inas two 
basic talenta^. The fjrsl is to provide a 
rock solid video signal wiiicfi can then 
be passed (towristreaitt for additional 
procnsing ortdltJng. 

To achieve tiiis liie live video Is tem- 
phOfarity stored within tbe board's ori' 
board RAU, any errors in the sync are 
corrected and tha subsequent $qu^4ky 
dean signal I $ then passed on. 

OK. all very rice, but why 1$ a rock 
solid signal so important? Ail viideo 
processing operations require a sync 
signal, and the better the signai is the 
better the end results wilt be. 

For example add-on hardware such 



as genlocks, frame grabbers, chroma 
keyers, video mixers and video editing 
systems ail benefit immensely from 
improved signal quality. 

This also extends to tape duplica- 
tion. If you lose a generation in normal 
ciroumalances the degradation of the 
signal can clause real problems if you 
then need to process the signat iater 
on. However if yDu use a TBC during 
duplication you ensure optimum signal 
quality and perfect sync for down- 
stream production - no matter how 
many generations are lost. In fact 
thanks to the TBC a later generation 
will lose little image quality, if any. 

In addition to providing a rock solid 
sync, the second basic elemerrt of any 



self-respecting TBC is the ability to 
apply live colour correction to the 
signal. 
In the case of TBCPIus tfils is 

achieved via the Proc Amp pop^up 
requester with which you can adjust 
brightness, contrast, hue and satura- 
tion - irt addition to mono conversion, 
Add sync adjustment and cofour 
correction and you have tiie basis for a 
TBC, But In the case of TBCPIus this Is 
only the beginning, in addition to the 
essentials ihe plus part of the system 
provides real-time frame grabbing, dig- 
ital video etfects, live user-definable 
image processing, video format con- 
version and transcoding all as 
standard. 



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wids a liltle added flexfbilfty the inpul 

requester allows, manual selection between 
(VtfO NTSC formats, four PAL, one Secann 
ptus two- mono modgs runninig at SO and 
eOWHz respectively. 

Assuming you're happy with you inputs, 
ii's (ime to move to the ouSpul requester and 
select between the &lx assorted PAL and 
rJTSC formats. 

All you need do is select the format you 
r&quire, and the outgoing signal will be auto- 
malicatly converted and sent simultaneously 
to comp«sits and Y/C outputs. 

As a result you're provided with a means 
of converling MTSC, Seeam and PAL to 
either PAL or NTSC frame rates and resolu- 
tions, while sir^uila^E^Dusly transcodln^g the 
Signal either to or from Y/C or composite with 
Ihe minimum toss of innage quality. 

As mentioned in the background into, 
another ewfninon liee for a TBC is five colour 



correction. Here again TBCPIus scores well 
via the Proc Amp pop-up requester whjgh 
allows complete control over ttie coioiir corrv 
,position of Itie signal. 

With the various transcoding, fonnat con- 
version, sync adjustment and colour cormc- 
tiofi TBCPIus adds up lo an impressiwe — if 




somewhat apeclalsst - pro video product. 
However, that's, only the (aeginning.,. 

Although TBC Plus has the option to add 
addrtfonai special effects hardware, the card 
also ships with a impressive coJieciion 
already built-in. Thanks to the board's IMh 
frame butter you're provided wi^th three strobe 
DVEs plus a single freeze frame effect. 

Better stiti, the effects themselves can 
employ a user-definable delay. As a result 
you can emulate simple stop frame animaiion 
or go right up lo user defined sequentiai 
Sflepshot freeze frames. 

Although this may be staling ihe obvious, 
it's worth stressing that all the effects Wsl&i 
are applied to live video and can be switched 
and combir>&d with cotourisation effects wiih- 
out a glitch, 

GOODIES 

As you can see from the Bcreenshots, 
strobe and freeze frame effects are by no 
means the only goodies on offer, in fact the 
board's built-in colour processing options can 
produce stunning end resuils. And of course, 
when combined with the strobe and Still 
frame your imagmation is the only iimitalion, 
I'm impressedl 

Like Ifie rest of the system, special effects 
receive a high level of user control with 
options 10 grab either full or odd arkd even 
frames tor both still and strobe effects. 

As for colourisalion control, you're pro- 
vided with a slider lo adjust the severity 
of Ihe chosen effect. Again all adjust- 
ments are made in real time - so you 
can add even more variety to the chosen 
effect. 

An obvious extension of ihe freeze frame 
effect IS the atnilty to grah and store ihe data 
on disk. As a resyit, superb frame grabbing Is 
a key TBCPIus featune. Due to the broadtasi 
quality of the strobe and still-frame features, 
grabbing single frames is second to none. 

As you're probably aware, ViabY./C offers 
more advarwed frame grabbing tealures such 




advance syttc: An advanced sync 

signal transmitted 4,1 microseconds 
ahead of the video frame which albws 
servo-locking VCfi'^s to precisely match 
the incoming vicffto sync signal, 

black burst jnpyt: a completely 
black video signal which aupplies 
an sEternal s^nc reference for TBCPIus 
when being Lsed as a frame 
synchroniser. 



t^hroma: The element within tha video 
Image which carries colour Information, 

luma: The aiement Mithin the video 

irrrase which contain brightnaas Infor- 
mation. 

cofnposite video: A single video sig- 
nal which contains all the Information 
necessary to form s complete video 
image. 



Y/C: An abhreviation of luminance and 
chrominance, used to represent ^ two 
chanivei video standard used by 
S'VNS/ HJ8 video equipment. 

Sync: A sync pulse Is the first eiement | 

]n a video signal. -i 

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tion used widely in professional video J 
equipment. I 










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as sequential grabbing via the IFR system, 

but if you're after full frame grabs dial hardly 
ever require deinlerlacirig, TBCPIus is quite 
simply tlie best in the business, 

Aside from the unbeatable image quafity, 
TBCPIus has anolher huge asset for tlie pro- 
fessionai videographer, Although there are 
quhe a few real-tirne 24-biit grabbers on the 
marVjet, itm>31 suffer fro<m a noticeable pause 
between hitting the button and the actually 
grabbing the frame. 

But with the assistance of TBCPIus Ihe 
grab is instantangious. Obviously during fast 
action aiid dose e^lils this can be invaluable, 
and of course the lack of interlace flicker 
means even fast action can always bo stored 
at optimum quality, 

GRABBIHG 

Unfortunately there is one minor limitalion in 
the grabbing de|>enment. Although you may 
have a colourisation effect mnning at the lime, 
ihe ajctual grab is always saved out ^n its origi- 
nal form, so you'll require the a^isiance of 
IrriageFX, ADPro snd ImageMr to emulate the 
dssijied effect aftef grabbing the image - see 
ImageFX on-line boa tot more information. 

Like the effects section, stillstora offers a 
good deal of user control with options to 
select between odd or even fields plus full 
frame. When a suitable image is captured, 
you're provided with the option to save out in 
the following fornnats: IFF24, Jpeg ~ with 
user-definable compression and optional 
smoothing, YCrCB and Caligari, 

As you've probably gathered thanks to the 
brief mentinn of the !fin-way P3-pin cnnneclor, 
input and output are taken very seflously on 
the TBCPIus, 

The various inputs include mo RCA/jahono 
composite ins which can also double-up as 
an additional spilt Y/C. As well as the afore- 
mentioned RCAs, there is also a single Y/C 
mini -DIN. 

In addition to Ihe basic video ins, there is 



NiLii ijurprisingjy GVP have byilt in a good deal cf aninity 
between TBCPIus aitd ImageFX. As a result TBCPIus 
appears in the scanners list and can be controlled directly 
from ImageFX for frame capture. 

Basically all the corvlroi elements available in the 
Stiilslore requesler are repeated witftin ImageFX, so as 
y^ou nsn see from itie eiampjes produclnig video 
compositions using Iwo buffers and an Alpha is very 
straightforward. 

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also a. Sync reference or black burst-in which 
with the assistance of a T-connector can 
provide a sync reference pass-through, 
Firkaily there's an additional - and Separate - 
stand-alone key inpyi 

Oulput does equally well with simultane- 
ous Y/C and eomposite-out plus a separate 
advanced sync which can be used with 
downstream hardware. 

As well as the basics, there is also en 
option to add iirtear time code to the equa- 
tion \fla an optionail SMPTE/EBU timecode 
reader/generator. Although not yet shipping, 
the chip should be available by the tirne you 
read this artide- 

With this addition to the system you're 
provided with ability to both read and gener- 
ate Vertical Interval Time Code - VlTC - 
and Longitudinal Time Code - LTC - in all 
SMPTE and EBU standards, which of 
course makes the system even nwre attrac- 
tive in pro studio situations. 

Due to the SMPTE option, twin phono 
LTC connections are provided as standard 
and simply require the addition of the lime 
code chip lo become active players in the 
board's I/O repertoire. Lastly GVP have also 
added an fC remole control connection for 
video kit equifiDed with Ihe appropriate daia 
bus. 

UPGRADE 

Although expansion has been mentioned 

in relation to the board's optional SMPTE 
chip, SMPTE IS only the beginning of Ihe 
availatHa upgrade optiorts- 

In a obvious attempt to court ihe pro mar- 
ket, an optional Qomb filter can tie added to 
the syBtem allowing TBCPIus to split an 
incoming composite source frorn a camera, 
tuner or Laserdisc into separate chroma and 
luma signals, thereby allowing the board to 
pnxesa Ihe signal as if it were a true Y/C 
input, resulting in a much improve output 
signal. 

For those looking further into the future. 



you il have to add tliem once llie image has been imported, 
b-ut as you can see tNe creation of weird etfec:ta isn't exactly 
difficJit. 

As for ease use there's no complaints whatsoever, specif- 
ically Ihanks to Ifte board's ability to freeze the image prior 
to actual imporiation. 

As a result you can sit back and repeatedly hit the freeifi 
biiiton until the best possible grab appears and then Jmpoi, 
rattier than grabbing di^recf, only to find the import isn't what 
you wanted. 



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Amiga Camputing 



MAY 1 994 



UerdiEt: ID[Plu5 



For Ifie serious etitbusiast and pro Amiga 
vJdeographer, I'd say TBCPIus la an 
absolute must in any production suite, As 
you can see, the video quality is exceptional 
while the additional features make it orte of 
the most impressive special effect genera- 
tors on the market. 

The only extra I would have Klked would 
be the ability to min or crossfade between 
the various video inputs. As it stands, mix- 
ing between sources still demands a dedi- 
cated video mlKer and a second TBCPIus. 

However, leaving this minor grumble 
aside the fact remains that the product as it 
stands Is probably the most important 
Amiga^based videographic advance of the 
year and GVP deserve a slap on Ihe back in 
ia¥arv department. 



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Ease of use: 10 
IfnptsfnenlaSi&nr 9 
Value for money: 7 

Ovefall: 9 

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GVP have also added a digital features bus 
and a video expansion bus. The plan is that 
these existing ports will allow the addition of 
direct-to-disk video recorders, 3D digital 
video effects generators, Jpeg non-linear 
editing systenns, RGB/YUV Iran&coding as 
well as chroma, luma and linear keyers. 

My only concern was GVP's track record 
for developing proprietary expansion ports 
which would obviously limil third-pan sup- 
port. However after conversion with GVP's 
Gary E^ush and Letitia McMaster, I'm 
assured the buses aren't as proprve'tary as 
the manual would have me beli>eve, and in 
fact most Ihird-party hardware shoukj watk 
withoul modification - we shall see. 

RAM expansion is another speciality of 
the board, with an option to add up to QMb of 
RAM - GVP's own brand Of course, 
Although not tesled the manual claims that 
thanks to GVP's DMA technology transfer 
times of 3.5SMb per second can be achieve<f ' 
- a figura far supenor to normal Zorro N 
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The Amiga CD32 is the machine for the ardent games 
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"you anoralt" or "get a life". 

But nO) you're proud of what you've acinieved and hnow thai while they're on the dole 
queue, you've set yours^elf up on the road to one of Itie largest and most rapidly expani^ing 
industries on the face ot this planet. 

Here, as the finr instalment o< tlie series, is a iook at a series of books that will continue to 
help and Increase your knowledge of that value for money machine sitting in the living room. 

Keep reading Amiga Computinght the latest booi( reviews and updates for the choice books 
to spend your hard-earned cash on. Good luck... 



ffs ths fftsofute Beginners series 
dfdtus to a dase. Rdam Phillips 
leaues t/au with a selectinn of 

boohs to help qou tahe the neat 
steps to enlightenment 



ThG ln5idQr Guide 
to the RIHDD 

AuthoR Bruce Smith 

Publisher; Bruc» Smith Books 
PriC*: £14.95 
Already a best-seller. The Insider Guide' is a 
valuable ionre well wcrth \he asking prioe. By 
using simple step-by-step tutorials, ttie book 
takes ttie reader by the hand, showing the 
various basics ot the machino, 

Frorn MgiUView and copying files to 
IniellFfQnis and conHgurlng sounds, the The 
Insider Guide' is a non-threatening book 
packed with useful info. 

Amiga - IleHt Stpps 

AutlwR P#t«r Fitzpaitrjck 

Publisher: Bruce Smilh Books 
Price: £14.95 
This picks Up trom where the Bruce 
Smilh"s booh left off. Twenty-two chapters 
cover a varying amount of lopics from 
Amiga IXjS, pnntir»9 and the contents of 
the Wori^ibench disks to even a few help- 
ful hints on g^ma playing. 

There are a few slips along the way 
with a rather short-sighted approach to 
hafd drives and their reformatting but on 
the whole, fike its forefather, ifiis is a sim- 
ple to use and understandable sequel 
and even features a section on how to 
remove coffee' onw spilt pn & keyboard. 
Now that's what I call practical, 



Rmigs ISDD Beginner's Path 

Author: Various 

Publlshei": Bruce Smith Books 
Price: £39.96 
Reviewed last montti in this very magazine, 
the Beginner's Pack compiiatinxi features the 
two above books, a €0-minute video and four 
disks of PD and shareware software- The 



video is an extremely bask; guide to the very' 
fundamentals o1 Amiga 1200 operat-ion - 
explanations of the keytK^n^ and the ports at 
the back are absolutely ideat for the utter 
novice techrw3fihobe. 

After viewing ttie cassette, the two txMl^s 
fill in the main bulk of the package and as 
described above, aiie about as good as you 
c^n nnd at present. The disks feature a vari- 
ety of utilities and programs for your perusal 
once familiar with the basic setup of your 
machine, 

A word processor, clip art, music editor, 
virus ohecker and other handy items are 
Included, making the Amiga 1200 Beginners 
Pack good value for money. Reoommended. 

Dennq Hthin'5 Best Rmiga 
Tips Hnd Secrets 

AuthOR Denny Atkin 

Publisher: Compute Books 
Price: £18 75 
Not structured in the sanne way the Insider's 
Guide is, Denny Alkin's book is still a worth- 
while purchase for all kinds of tips and 
advice on the Amiga's more hidden func- 
tions, Written in an easy if a Nttie over- 
Americanised tone, this is an idaal relerence 
t)ook to dip into from time to ti^me with the 
only real negative being the price. 



mastering Hmiga HRbhh 

Author; Paul Owmn 

Publisher: Bruce Smith SookS- 
Price: £21.95 

Ewen ttiough you might not know what on eartfi ARexx 
is at the moment, I'm sure that you'll delve into it at 
some stage. 

ARexx is the Amiga version of Rexx, a program- 
ming language that Commodore has made part of 
Workbench. While being a specialised area^ AReioc is 
a useful language to know and this book, while ori ihe 
expensive side is, written by an author who otiviouisly 



Hlsa fKOfTifnendBil... 

Mastering Amiga 
Awos by Phil South Is 
another solid booli 
ideal tor budding 
anthusiasis of this 
very popular lan- 
guage. Priced £19.95 
ar;d availalile from 
Bruce Smith Books, 
this receives high 
marks for content. 



mastGring Amiga DDS E 
Uolumes 1 i S 

Authors: Smith & Smiddy 

Publisher Bruco Smiltns Books 
Price: Vol 1 - £21.95 Vol 2- £19.95 
These two t)ooks give a fuH run-down of 
Amiga's operating system. The fijst voluime 
forms an extensive tutorial to help the strug- 
gling beginner to get up and running and by 
the end, you'U be a whole lot wiser. 

The second tome acts a reference book 
for the firsi, (eaiuring commands and exam- 
ples 1q exiend [he user's knowledge. While 
the A1200 uses v3 of tX)S, these are still 
highly useful and there is a volume for v3 ff 
so desired in the fom of a,rK}ther reference 
book. 

However you look al it, these will 
help your understandrng of the 
Amiga Shell immensely, and come highly 
recommended. 



knows it like Ihe back of 

tils own hand, The guide 
takes the reader through 
Installing ARexx and its 
more prominent features 
while comparing it \c 
the likes of Basic witM 
various programming 
examples. 

Make no mistake, this 
Is a sturdy, heavy going 
book on the wtiole but 
well worth the time Invest- 
ed in it especially seeing that the instructions that 
CommcKJore provkJe are so... well.-, sack. 



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Public domain, shareware and kencemare, 

of course, ffdam Fhifilps folfnu/s this 

months bargain basement offerings 



I you llitk (hrough Ihis magazine, 
you'll stumble across pages made 

up ol listings with a phone number 

at the bottom. Unless you're reading anothef 
kind of mag altogethsr. youll see that tfiese 
are the advertisenients ior ihe various PD 
libraries all rojnd the country itiat offer excel- 
lent value for money and some of the most 
inlriguir^g and mierfistinf soltware on the 
Amiga scene, Li^ie.,. 



DithQil in Space 

Programmed by: D Ithell 

AvHilAblefrom: DIthell 
It's always a pieasura to give room in these 
pages to a product lhe\ boasis playaljility 
and professidnalisnn in Orte pachage. Dimell 
in Space is one sucli liiie which is tioth 
eniertainiing and addicilve. 

Sel aver 50 missions, the player tal<es on 
the role of the hero of tine tHle, Oithell (pre- 
Bumably major, sergeant or ottier space 
adventuring tills), 

Ttie game is & cross betweeri Jetpac (itie 
Did UWmate classic) and a sideway& shoot- 
'em-up. For example, the first mission is set 
on the moon - alier^s have invaded and 
you've been sent to clear the little suotters 
out with a large laser nfle. 

Using your jetpac, move around the land- 
scape blowing the xenomorphs to kingdom 



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Ban HppetitB 

Programmed by: Boris Shor 

Available from: Scribble PD 
Disk No U233 

For connoisseurs of food who wisb to bring 
tbeir culinary talents into the technological age 
Ihen Bon Appetite could be an ideal cooking 
companion, 

TTie program is dimply a database lo store 
all your recipes on. By entering details of 
ingredients, Iheir amount, a description ol the 
cookmg techniques required and any oitier 
details, an extensive compjlerised cookery 
book can be huilt up for easy updating and 
unlussy presentaticn, 

Just think - no more risking the treasured 
family recipe booK as it sits precariously close 



come and piclting up any bonuses or 
power-ups along the way - the latter 
improve the power of your gun and so on. 

On completion, you're scooped up by 
your spacecraft and head inio an asteroid 
belt to blow the rocks to pieces for points 
with your ship. 

It's this variety in gameplay that gives 
Oithell in Space an edge over the competi- 
tion. The only real gripe is the sometimes 
highly sensitive controls that can send you 
hurtiirig feet first into the enemy, or an 
abyss. 

Despite this, with the split-screen two- 
player game and effective use of graphics 
and sound as welt, this is great value for 
money and a fun ^me to play. 



Hoi M RBiniH 

Programmed by: Team Hoi 

AvallBbiB from: Graphic F/X 

Disk No AA 04e 

One of three platform-based games on 

offer this month. Hoi is by far the most 

attractive and enjoyable. Originally 
released as a iull-priced game, it has now 



to the overflowing casserole dish as you add 
herbs and spices - simply print ihe dalahase 
out and have no fear Itiat Ifie original is any- 
fftiere near the frurts of its chef's labours. 



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been given an AGA facelift and presented 

to the bujfor as a five-leveller, 

Featuring a dino in the lead role, the 
player must move around the varied and 
interesting landscapes picking up dia- 
monds and generally avoid being stung by 
bees or cui into pieces by propellers and 
other varying hazards. Each of the levels is 





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MUSIC DEMO 

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neural 
Hssault 

Ipjroduced by: 
^^ Rage 

Available from: 

PD-Soft 
Disk No 3&36 

T Tiave been swamped, nay, marooned bi 
music demos this month. After ploughin( 
through all of them, I came lo the corctusio* 
that most are not wortti the punters' mone^ 
and, more to the point, lach; any Individui 
imagination. 
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quit# different — one takes you under water, 
the other through a forest and one th rough* 
a lethal constructjon site. 

The penullimat^ ievel consists of the dino 
sirapping on a jetpac and blasting anything 
that gel^ in the way, and the final stage 
sees your Juras&ic duide rushing ihrougti a 
various obstacles too reach the end as 
everything begins to fall to pieces around 
him, ttireatening to whisK him off down into 
an abyss. 

The only negative that I managed to 
stumble across was the irrltaii:ng law of 
gravity that seemed to plague the game - 
mahe your fall too large and it's bronto 
burger time as your character dies {the 
death effects are excellence as well), The 
problem is that you don't have to Fall very 
far at all, 

Despite this shortcoming, Hoi AGA is a 
charrning title which will appeal to adults 
and kid$ alike, Recommended. 

Techno Ulerda II 

Produced by: RamJam 

Available from: PD-Soft 
Disk No 3638 
Italy is known tor its passion and pasta, 
Never before have I seen a music player 
program on I he PO thai can be descrihed 
as so.,, errr... individual. 

Coming on strong on two disks. Techno 
Merda II consists of four "songs" and 




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user is offered & wide selection of 
inleTesting stills, enims and 3D 
ray-lraclng. all presented wilh 
profess ional style and flair. 

There are preclojs fsw com- 
puter Ciliches. such is iplnnlns 
cjbes and otfiera - In fad, 
these fiave teen replaced wjtN 
spinning Amigas^ ic^y boards 
and a B? sign, which is an 
improve fRcrt, 

While s coyple of sections are 
on tfie weak side {the fractal 
piccy as ar eKarnple), some the 
others are positively begging for 3 law suit. 
The anlin featuring Darth Vader as the^ head of 
BP fsn'l exactly good Pfl for the company that 
claims to help the world, but freedom of the 
PD is everything. 

Overall, ttte producert of this deiDO seem to 




accompanying {in some cases, graphic) 
images. On playing the first, three simply- 
drawn faces peer back at you from the 
screen, opening their mouths to sing the 
words that appear, karaoke-style, at the 
bottom of the picture, 

A mixture of incomprehensible Italian 
flashes up witfi the only two English words 
t>eing particularly well used by the likes of 
Ice-T, Ice Cube, Cute-E and so on. 

This is all funny stuff as a whole - one 
Song that might wipe the grin/cringe/smirk 
off the viewer's face is the final trac;k 
where you are shown a very l>aslc draw- 
ing of a singer at a karaol<e competition 
who certairniy looks female but afler a cou- 
ple of m»nutes, turns out explicitly nol to 
be... ril leave you to work it out (this pro- 
gram isn't for kids and could also ondef- 
standabty be highly offensive to some of 
our readers). 

A prime oxample of Euro- trash, Techno 
Medra li is a relatively harmless and often 
amusing title simply due to the badness Of 
the whole proceedings. Recommended 
only if you are a glutton for punishment. 




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works and what doesn't.,, othtr less obser- 
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mand BOOD 

Pragrammed by: Cygnus 
Software 

Avai<lable from: Scribble PO 
Disk No V239 
Call me cynical but I've never seen much 
point in fractals as pant of computer enter- 
tainment. One pretty much looks the same 
as another and there iis only so much you 
can do with them - take hard drugs and 
iook at the screen for haff an hour, 

Mand 2000 stands out from the usual 
fractal crowd due to its ease of use and 
many features. Presented with a simple 
pre-generaied image, the user is able to 
choose from many different faciiitles provid- 
ed by the large selection of pufl-down 
menus, 

Ff you want to zoom in for more detail, 
simply double dick on the area you want 
bfown up. On the Other hand, choose from 
one of the many zoom options which 
include "blob" and "awesome" to see what 
the computer can come up with. 

The computer will redraw the fractal and 



[ailing all PD libraries... 

...and individuals wilJi arryltiing remotely worth nty 
while hairing a p«lc at, ff you want somflttifng 
rgleised as PD, or ycMj're a Ite^ry with 5tacl(s ^ 
\mA new stuff that you bavsn't seen reviewed in 
ttiese pages yet, why rofl drop to a \m with a 
copy, full documertation and everything clearly 
latKlled? I promise I'll el least kwk at your wort, 

Adam PhUlipB, PD submissiorts, 
Amiga Computing, 
Europa House, Adtington Park, 
l\i/facclesfield SKtO 4NP i 

fill fn the dele its It takes a little time but 

considering the logistics involved, it's 
understandable. 

For those pop video directors among you 
who like the look of a good fractal or two 
pulsating on the screen, a Movie Record 
option has been kindly included. 

You can view the sequence back and 
cycle through the colours or alternatively, 
change the paletle for differing effects. 
While there may not be much point to the 
proceedings, ihis is surprisingly fun and 
satisfying to use. I am a cynic no more. 

Sonic Httack 

Produced by: Dual Crew 

Shining 

Available from; PD-Soft 
Disk No 3645 
Sonic 3 is upon us - weJi, if you've got a 
Mega Drive, Otherwise the bfue- skinned 
character who can tK>ast being recognised 
99 times out of a 100 by the public at iarge 
has become unofficially involved with Ihis 
music player, courtesy of Dual Crew 



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Shining, Booiing up tlie first disk of several 
presenls the viewer with some visually 
appealing images -and relatively sound 
piece of music 

Sonic is apparent in most screens and is 
well rendered If a little inaccurate in piac«$- 
Tlne first feature for you lo interact with is 
the mix-e-load prggram which allows yOU lo 
mix yoyr own beats j rhyttims and bass 
from a (arg© selection in memory. 

This is actually pretty good fun and to be 
honest, Is the best part of the package. 
Eventually, you'll find yourself confronted 
with a large list of music tracks to play and 
listen to. 

These are all pretty average unfortunate- 
ly bul Sonic, the raver, dances tiis way 
around the screen lo add to the frivolity. 

Despite the lack of musical greatness. 
Sonic Attack does offer enough to wfiile 
away ttie time with its good lootts and slick 
programming. 



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Programmed'by: Michael Pratt 

Available from: MIctiael Pratt 
Another epic story makes an appearance 

on the humble pages of this ever-so-mod- 
est computer magazine. No,, tfiis title isn't 
about boxing or how many sequels you 
can make before puniers stop paying 
the cinema entrance fee - it's about some- 
thing far more important, something 
that reflects the true heroism of the 
renaissance, post modern, new age. - 
Blob? 

That's right, a tliny planet many targe 
and ridiculously huge light years away sits 



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Dqnamit Shies 

Programmed by: Patrick 

Debaumarctie 

Available from: PD Soft 
□Jsk No V^26S 

Dynamic Skies is a I rip into ttie world of 
astronomy where us fumars realise how 
mortal ard father small we really are conn- 
pared to Ihe rest ol the known galaxy. 

This program is a highly uselul tOQltox 
tiifll gives details to the difterirtg planats, 
nebulae and statS within a father large 
range o! thfs planet. Provided are a myriatt 
of options and features to help you with 
your aslral studied. 

Suppose you have an urqe in the middle 
ol th« night to take a closer look al thai 
tiulkiig sphere, Jupiter, Irom the comlort ol 
your own window. Enler Dynamic Skies to 
show the rise/set limes Of Jupiter. Wtlti a 
qHick of i button, you'll be presented wilh a simulated sky at 
the designated time. 

If you're still no! happy, il's possible lo animate the pro- 
ceedings to see exactly what lime is ideal lo see the planet in 
all its full glory, 

The package is easy to use if a little dull visually to the 
unl rained eye. The update is rather slow when zooming in 
and out on a particular point even on the At200. which can 




Tha unW*rm* tt th* rpnwC witA Dynanifc Ski**, m eampn- 
Hwuliw toatbox (* *M y*u wHh your wtmt watehinf 

lead 10 much drumming ol the fingers in impatience. Ttie good 
points ijy far outweigh the weak elements though. This lor 
beginner and expert alike. 

It's a great program and deserves Ihe atienfion of your 
eyes and your wallet. 



quite inconspicuously, cafled Blob. Aliens 
hawe turned up and wish to conquer this 
humble planet, with a rnodest population 
of estate agents and interior desi^gners. 

But, no, wait, yet a-bloody-gain there is 
another upstart who can save the day> 
who can clutch the reins of honour and 
couraga- Rocl(y... 

It's presented in sideways scrolling plat- 
former with graphics alKin to those found 
in The Fury of the Furries {reviewed irs this 
mag a couple of months ago). The player 
must move Rocl<y round the screen col- 
lectins letters that make up the word 
EKIT. On doing so, a portal will open and 
you move on to the next level. 

The adventure begin in the dungeons 
where the hero of all heroes is being kept. 
This prison must he escaped from to 
move into the alien's fair where the enemy 
computer nnusl be switched off perma- 
nently and the end of game baddie 
destroyed. 

There are 17 stages in all and the title 
is diflicult from the word go wth various 
traps and other cunning devices blocking 
your way The controls aren't great - they 
feel a little unresponsive when it comes to 
jumping exactly the way you want to. On a 
couple of occasions, I dreaded some 
olistacles because it telt a little too luck 
driven. 

Overall though. Rocky is a challenging 
game with good sound effects and rea- 
sonable graphics. There are enough nov- 
elties and skill testing to make it a worthy 
purchase (the price of a disk and two 
stamps}. Recommended, 



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Graphic F/X. PO Box 69, 

Manchester M21 2BN 

061-660 4202 

PO Soft, t Bryant Avenue 

Southend-on-Sea SSI 2yD 

070Z 466933 

Michael Pratt, 10 Flivers Road, 

Yeovil BA21 SRJ 

Send a blank disk 

and $AE 

Scrlbbte PD. 2 Hillside Cottages, 
Burstall IP8 30Y 0473 6525S8 

D Ithell, 36 Portia Avenue, 

Bebington, Wtrral 

L63 5LF 

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On guard! 



Atid Software, the team behind the highly popular Skidmarks, have a neiA^ release 
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wiCI be avaiiabie on the CD32 and A 1200, 

6t -features some very smooth and fast 30 poisons and borrows heavily from 
the Super Nintendo cSasiic, StarWing. Guardian will let the playe/ fly wherever 
they want and have the ability to »e the action from any viewpoint, 

A zooming camera will enable the game to Ije viewed from any angle and 
from any distance. This feature is almost certain to make it onto the CD32 version, 
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Team 17 rack 'em up 



Not a companjr to reJt on their laurels. Team 17 are back with a brand new 
budget game, Followirig their recent success with revamped classics like 
Allien Breed and Project X, as well as original products such as Owak and 
F1 7 Challenge, Team 17 are about to release Arcade Poo], 

It is> of course, a pool simulator for one or more players, which features 
excellent animation, smooth movement of the balls plus authentic digitised 
pool sounds and crowd applause effects. Options include the chance to play 
eight-ball, nine-ball arid speed pool. 

One outstanding feature of Arcade Pool is that it will detect and use the 
AG A chipset for an enhanced display during play, At a price of just C9.59, 
Arcade Pool offers tremendous value for money, especially when it has 
been in development a lot longer than your average full-priced game, 





"niirice as nice at half the price 



Team 17 have always given gamers a grand deal 
when it comes to the pricing of their games,, and their 
forthcoming CD releasee are no different. Two bril- 
liant value-for- money game pacts should be in the 
shops by the time you read this. 

The fir$t pack contains AJien Breed; Special Edition, 
the fantastic arcade style blasl-'em-up, smi Qwak, the 
superb one or two-pla.yer arcade platform romp. The 
second pack incorporates Project X, the award-win- 
ning classic shoot-'em-up. and f 17 Challenge, the fast- 
paced budget racer. 

Both packs are available at the superb price of only 



£24.99. CD 32 owners who've been vwtiinging about 
the lack of decent games for their machine can now 
stop worrying and start buying. 

Also coming up from Team 17 is Body Blow^ and 
it's going to hit the CD32 in some styie. Entitled, 
Ultimate Body Blows, this enhanced version 
of the beat-'em-up classic wiil sport stunning 
new background graphics, improved gameplay, 
superb IG-track digital music and 23 characters in 
total. What looks like being the definitive 
Amiga beat-'em-up should be available now at 
£29.99. 



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Bargain Daze 



Thh April, Daie Marketing reit^ie two new ^ilmarili 
games - ishar 3 and Robmson'i Requiem, The lihar series 
lias attracted an extraordinary following over the last two 
ye-ars. Neither Ishar or Transaraica has been released a& 
budgets yet- 

They are still full-priced games, in full-priced boxes, but 
Daze are offering them dFrect to System readers for just 
£4.59 each. Daze realise that there are people out there 
who still haven't seen the RPGs that Silrrarits make, and 
retkon that once they've wen these two ^ames, gamers 
Willi becoming back for more. 

The offer is only available direct from Daae Marketing. 
The games are currently priced at £25 in the shops, so if 
you haven't got either of these Silmarils products then this 
is One opportunity you can't afford to miis out on. 

To receive your games, sim-ply send a cheque or postal 
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• The hype about Sega »nd their new 32-bit Saturn machine is cor>tinuing to rise. 
The Saturn was ex|»ected to be a CCHtOM-bai'Secl system with the possibility oi a 
cartridge port. 

Not only have Sega decided to include this cartridge port but a s«cond, car- 
tridge-only machine code-named Jupiter will also appear and will be released in 
Japan at the same time as the Saturn in November - although Jupiter has still rut 
been officially anrwunced. 

• Atari's Jaguar has got 
off to a slow start in ; 

the UK. The company 

had hoped to ship m iv ^, 

several thousand IV^ 

consoles back In 

December, but only , 

managed to actually^ 

obtain a few h|jndree^^.^|f ^^^^^^jtM^aw*^ 

machines, thus leaving ■f 

customers who placed 

advarKe orders disappointed. 

The reaMin for this predicament ■ 

publicity and found themselves surrounded by consumer demand three months 
before the actual launch, The official UK launch is now scheduled for June. 

• teny have now entered the video game market with the P5-X (Playstation X), a 
CD-only multimedia station powered by a 32-bit Rise chip, aided by a custom 
graphics chip called JDGE {30 Crafihlc Engine). 

The PS-K is reported as being morp powerful than Panasonic's 3D(3 machine, 
capable of harulling 3&0,D00 polygons simultarMousJy with access to 4.0(M} hard- 
ware sprites. It's scheduled for release in Japan at Christmas, 



Into the next Millennium 



After the success of Diggers and Brutal Sports Football, Cambridge-based software house Millennium 
have released details of their forthcomirtg products for late 1994. 

The first one to liit the shelves will be Mr Magoo. This licence was acquired ^rom United Pictures of 
America and promises to be extremely faithful to the cartoons.. The unique blend of cartoon anima- 
tion and platform action is planned for release in September. 

The ^que\ to the ^mash hit Brutal Sporls Foolball is marked down for release in October. Entitled 
Brutal SocceTj this sports sim will feature siy punches, blatant kicki and, according to a Millennium 
spokesman, is "guaranteed to make Graham Taylor's vozafaulary seem appropriate for a vicar's tea 
party". 

Also scheduled for an October release is Neural World. Esserttially a K product, this will appear on 
the Amiga and will demonstrate that .Si computer can duplicate a basic brain. Your task is to teach 
creatures born underground how to survive. 

Unliike previous products, the charaaers in the game will actually iearn, and you can see their 
brains working to prove it. Their mission is to travel around the world visiting stran-ge new regions, 
which are all based on styles drawn from art masterpieces. 

MiilennlLim's Pinlsie and Jame^ Pond 3 are now nearing (ompletion and should be available in 
June/July. All in all, MiU'ennium fook as though they'll have their hands full through the year right up 
to Christmas. 




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In this sedhm of the news we M ths 
pieces nl software that have been 
dDins the business tor us over the 
^st few months, and tell you why they 
shniM be in ynir games caliectlOR 



Setti^fs 

Thii wonderfuil "tjod" game fron Blue Byte could well go 
down as a classit, While it contains elements that liken it to 
Populous, it's not a tlone- Settlers stands up on its own two 

feet because it has great playability coupled with neat graph its 
and an especially user-friendly garne system. 





Cannon Fodder 

I love Cannon Fodder and so should you, It yoJ still 
haven't bought it then 1 must stand up and question your 
state of mind. Sensible Software seem to go on from 
strength to strength; Cannon Fodder is one of the most 

playable games ever and also or>e of the most fun, A fast 
moving stioot-'em-up of the highest, order. 



SI(idnnori(s 

Acid Software's racer has got gorgeous graphics, superb sound, 
h highly playable and unbelievably addiaive. It's a very polished 
racer that totally destroys all of its competitors. I could go on for 
hours praising this game, but I really only need say two words - 

buy it. 



Simon tKe Sorcerer 





Adventure Soft's game is cram-packed with puiiies, funny quips 
and silly asides, Wliile it's a title that you're not rneant to take 

too seriously, it will give you plenty to think about if you're to 
complete it, Simorvthe Sorcerer is a very large, well thought-out 
graphical adventure that'll keep you happy and out of harm's 
way in the Jand of giants, fairies and dwarves. 



Man Utd Premier League Champions 

I've thrown away my copies of SensihlE Soccer and Goal 
because ICrisalis have created an ultimately more satislying 
football game that will appeal to the true football fan. 

The graphics are nicety presented and highly realistic, 
Couple this with its level of playabilJty and addiction and 
you've 'got a hell of a game on your hands. Goal and 
Sensible Soccer fans will want lo haw this game's babies. 
Buy it and float to football heaven. 



LabyrinttiofTime 

The bottom line is that Labyrinth is a superb addition to the adventure genre. It has amazing 
stylised graphics and a level of depth and playability seldom found in computer games these 
days. 

It's great news for punters whoVe pul faith in Commodore and the CD32 because this is a 
title which starts to truly show a little of the machine's capability. 




The scores 
on the doors 

Dur hmd lew aid renliitioitarv System 
score systEm BKplained 

As part of the new look and feel of the software sec- 
tion we fiave taken a fresh lootc 3t ttie way we score 
04ir reviews. In our opinion, review scores have lost 
their context as percentages; some products have 
been r'eceiving scores which were only a few per- 
centage points short of penfettlort. wlwn in truth the 
products were only marginally above average. 

OK. so the scores might seem unnaturally low nt 
first but that's only because other scoring systems 
tend to be on the high side and perhaps not «s com- 
prehensive or honest as they coulcf he. 

In the long run you'll receive a more concise arHJ 
reader-oriented review that's geared towards the 



cortsumer. 



.Thit is given to the lowest of the tow 

.An all-round poor game that may have a 

single saving grace 
.Just below the average, perliaps let down 

by a few indiscretions, 
.iiames of this score are roughly average 

with SD being a perfectly average score. 




.This is i^^^^^H^HHPi game and is worth 
buying. For thrs reason it would be 
awarded the BRONZE award- 





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Set on a harsh, dafk, future world called 
Bodor, Mkracfyim traces the ynderworld 
activrties of two rival corporations. 

Boih Cybertech Int and Ajdom are at 
the centre of practically everything that 
occurs on the planet. They both have 
large rrin-ing concerns which dig further 
into the belly af the planet, lyitefnatiically 
raping her of anything prectoui. 

The majority of the planet \i uninhabit- 
able, with a higti proportion of the popu- 
lation living in a very confirted space, 
Poisonous gaies belch iforth from the 
bowels of the earth, a deadly by product 
of eut-throat mining operations. 

Life \i cheap under the corporation 
regime wiith little concern for social condi- 
tions. In fact, the only thing that matters 
to the corporations is the title of Corpl. 

Just recently, Cytiertech'sgrip has tight- 
eried around the prestigious title, and lit- 
tle by little Axiom are falling by the 
wayside 

President of Aitofri, Argon StafK is des- 
perate to re-addres-s this disappointing sit- 
uation, and investigates some rather 
aggressive rrtethods of correcting matters. 
It's only following a meeting with one 
of Stark's right-hand men that a more 
sulitle means of ending the regime is for- 
mulated. Stark is introduced to a doctor, 
who has for some time been experiment- 
ing with miniaturisation. He claims that 
he can send a human being inside of 
another using his breakthrough i^n 
technology 

So the seed of an idea is set. Infiltrate 
Cyberteeh's headquarters and inject their 
president with a mind-controlling virus 
called greyM. 

This would have a tiack-up system of 
designer viruses which would attack the 
vitat organs if Cybertech try to meddle 
with GreyM. 

The plan ii successfully implemented, 
but during its inception Cybertech 
become suspicious, and realise that Axiom 
have sent an intruder intotheif President. 
A decision has to be taken immedi- 
ately. After a frantic meeting, Cybertech 
executives decide to inject a craft with 
whiich to fight the assassin vtruses. 



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irtce 1984, when Pysgnosis first became a 
reality, they've provided the video game 
player with some benchmark products. A 
; quick glance back into the annals of time 
and names like Shadow of the Beast and 
the Lemmings titles come into focus. 
More recently ttiey've thrilled us with titles like 
Hired Guns and the very accomplished Ccmibal Air 
**iitrol. In-between times the company has under- 
gone radical change, with the Sony Corporation 
becoming heavily involved in Pysgnosis's major 



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developments. 

To this end the com- 
pany have always man- 
aged to stay at the sharp end ol technology, 
indeed, while most were wondering which way » 
CD went imo the machine, this Uverpool based 
outfit were bi^y unlocking the secrets of the com- 
pact disc. 

The first fruit of their labours is Microcosm, a 
strange montage of an arcade shoot-' em-up, and 
the movies Inner Space and Fantastic Voyage. 



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Microcosm fs probably the most impressive-looking piece of ^oftwdre ever to grace any 
Commodore machine. Itie ffrst thing that gfeets you when jfou insert tine disc h a 400-second 
intfoduction sequence. Rendered on Silicon Graphic; machinei and featuring a cinematic 
sequence of ray-trated images, Microccnm is a joy to watch. 

The combination of CD sound and iuperbly constructed images really does put you in mind of 
a scr-fi movie. Shifting from moody street scenes to hi-tech robotic automatons and helicopters, 
it's totally a bsocbing. 

The (ntro also combines real live action sequences which run alongside computer graphics^ and 
add an extra dimension of realism to the piece. 

Once into the game yoy'll find that the pfay area graphics are of the highest standard too. As 
you journey around the internal organs via vein system^ you'll be treated to a ray-traced version 
of Gray's Anatomy. 

After the completion of each level you'd see more animated setjuences, again rendered using 
Sflicon Graphics and Amiga technology. Even the different craft that 
you guide through the body have been rendered and texture 
mapped to add that extra edge, 

On a visual level. Microcosm is second to none and. ks state-of-the- 
art look puts it in pole position in the graphi^cal race, 



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Before the CD32 laser scanner can wink an optical eye 

at the gameplay, Mkrocosm launches itself into i\x 
minutes and 40 seconds of stunning introduction. 

This Bfacferurtfierinspired sequence is probably the 
most sO'phisticated, cinematic piece of computer ani- 
mation to emerge on a machine for the home. 

Ttie idea for the introduction was the brainchild of 
lead viiuafiser jim Bowers, Following a brainstorming 
session, the nucleus of an idea was born. Loosely based 
on the 'inside the body" films like Inner Space and 
fantastic Voyage, the team started initial desigrr work 
on the Amiga. Then transferred everything across to 
Silicon Graphics machines. 

Using £10,000+ Indego systems, they set about cre- 
ating the world of Botor, As the footage rolls, the first 
thing to greet the eye is a street scene, 

This incredible section of animation, which features 
a futuristic truck roiling by and lasts under ten sec- 
onds, features 241 models, seven different light 
sources and over 85, 331 polygons. 

Running Softimage on the Indego, s 3D model 
starts its life as a wireframe skeleton which can be 
manipulated and animated to ensurE that routines are 
correct. 

The next step is to fill the object and show that it 
has three dimensions, Frorrt here 
the image has textures and 
added detail like symbols 
or camouflage applied. 

At this point we have 
a teKtured 3D im«kge 
that has no shadow or 
light source, so these are 
applied, and from here the 
image can be pasted onto 
another image. 

Much of the game involves live action sequer>cej 
Mike Siimpson of Pysgnosis explained the technique 
employed: "The live actors were filmed agatnst a blue 
screen and then into modelled scenes. For example, in 
the lab scene in the intra- only the actors are real - the 
whole lab is eonnputer generated." 

Using the same technology ai used in Lawnmower 
Man, Microcosm had to be reworked from its original 
FM Towns format. As Mike told me: "The game had to 
be coniipleteiy re-written, new and seriously clever 
code had to be developed to exploit the CD32 
hardware." 

Much of tliis technology also went into the repro- 
duction of the game interiors, like the vein walls. Mike 
was on hand with the biology lesson: 

"A tunnel was modelled from polygons and a vein 
texture wrapped onto the surface. Lamps were set 
behind the point of view so the scene would be lit in 
the foreground and fade away into the darkness." 

After eight months of re-coding Microcosm for the 
CD 32, work has started on follow up projects, Mike 
showed me the direction Psygnosis are going in: 

'This is an ongoing process for us now. We''ve 
leairn^d a lot since Microcosm. Scavenger 4 (which is 
initially on the FM Towns machine, but wilt undoubt- 
edly be released on the CD32) is more interactive. The 
third game in the series will be even more interactive." 
The future certainly looks much hfrghter for 
Pysgnosis's CO plans than the grim world they portray 
in Microcosm, Indeed, when I asked Mike about the 
future of games storage systems,, he had this to say 
about their cartridge counterparts: "CDs are the way 
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When it comes to aural itimglation, Pys^gnoiii left nothing to chance, afidn 
wanting to utilise the power gf CD, enbisted the taient of exVes keyboard player Rick 
Wakeman, 

As with the graphics, tine noi^e that emanates from the CD32 is ir>deed ^mething 
to behold. Personally, i dort't renftemtier a time when Pwe heard ?uch a quaiity iound- 
track from a title. 

A montage of ambient riffs and beefy dance Is^ats, the Microcosm soundtrack is a 
pulsating and interesting departure from the norm. 



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OPINION 




A virus is an infectious particle con- 
sisting of nuclpit acid (DNA or RNA} 
enclosed in 3 protein shell. 

Viruses are acellular and able to 
function and reproduce only if they 
can Invade a living cell to use the 
cell's system to replfcate themselves. 

The healthy human body 
responds b/ producing an antiviral 
protein, interferon, which prevents 
the infection spreading to adj««nt 
cells. 

Viruses are most commcmly found 
in seas and iakesy with between five 
and ten miHion per millilitre at most 
sites tested, with up to 250 million 
per millilitre in a polluted lake. 
Among the more common viruses 
are canine distemper, chitkenpon 
and yellow fever. 

Discovered in 1971, vifoids are 
even smaller than viruses, and ' 
consist of one singte strand of nucleic 
acid. They cause such things as 
stunted growth in plants and some i 
rare diseases in animals and humans. 

The origin of the virus Is still 
unclear, but it is generally beiieved 
that they are degenerate forms of 
life, defived from nucleic acid that I 
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Pyignosis's first full CD title is a very tricky 
product to measure or assess. This is because 
there are two separate entities that exisi 
around each other throughout the entirety of 

play 

On the one hand you have the cinematic 
introduction sequence and the sections that 

roil around the actual play (like ieuel comple- 
tion or death of your craft), and on the other 
the gameplay itself. 

The first thing to say is that as far as ray- 
traced sequences are concerned, then 
Microcosm definitely has it. That's all wery well 
for the first couple of times you, turn the CD 
on, or want to sliow off to f rierids. 

But, once this ha^ worn off and you Start 
jumping into the play, what are you left with? 
The answer, again, isn't that cut and dried. 

As you first start your epic journey around 
the body, you are indeed craving for more of 
those colourful artery walls, and It's even fun 
watching your own submersibSe split into a 
thousand pieces (causing the man you're try- 
ing to save massive internal bleeding). 

However, humans being humans, we 
become accustome<J to things very quickly. So, 
once we've witnessed some s^peciacular visu- 
als, the euphoria doesn't last for lortg and we 
need stimulation from the playability. 

Microcosm Is hard, in fact it's very hard- At 
times it's too tough, and becomes infuriating 
when you keep getting stuck at the same 
point. But that's shoot-'em-ups for you. 

As a game, it plays adequately enough, 
with plenty of blasting action to keep you 
happy. If I had criticismis, they would be that 
Microcosm had more power-ups and weapons 
to choose, and that the internal wails ttiat you 
guide your ship around had a collisiorr 
detector. 

In terms of product for the CD3Z, 
Microcosm \i unmissable. It's not incredible, 
and It's not going to go down as a benchmark 
title. But In comparison to wtial else is avail- 
able for Commodore's new console, it'sstre^ 
ahead. 

As a footnote, it's worth mentioning that 
as reviewers, we get to see a lot of product, 
and tend to get a Nttle btas^ about software. 
As an experiment we left the CD32 and 
Microcosm with some unwitting (normal) p^o- 
pie> and they absolutely loved it. 



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As heir to the [hrone, your dying 

father gives you the s'^vord with 

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INIRODUGTIOH 



ver the y^^n, we humanji have (lowly 
claimed planet Earth tt>r ourselves. 
PieEes of laivd have been fought lor and 

defended. The population is now increasing at an extremely danger- 
ous rate and soon there won't be enough room left 
for the masses. 

Where can the human race go from here? Up is one answer. Up into space 
where we will discover and colortise old and new planets. But wha« if some- 
one is out there already? That answer is simple... we fight. 

This whole scendirio can be lived and ptayed out in K240, Gremlin'^ sequel to 
their award winning and critical ly acdaimed "god" game. Utopia. 



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The Terran Empire governs a vast area of 
space, Ower 1,000 worlds have been inhab- 
ited and are home to countlea billions of 
humans, ai well as a minor population of 
alien races distavered during the greal 
expansion in the 23rd Century. 

A large imperial company called 
T'tjtracorp started out in 2221 manufactur- 
ing stout ships and sensory equipment for 
the Imperial fleet. Its assets grew and it 
soon realised the potential of space explo- 
ration and asteroid mining. 

It began deveiopirig new techniques- for 
extractirtg and transporting rare ores 
mined in the depths of space, which were 
so successful that by the year 2280 it had 
grown to own and fill the entire industrial 
world of Barnard Five. 

By the middle of the 24tli Century it had 
cornered the market in mining franthises, 
It offered packages to anyone with the 
ambition to take over one of the asteroid 
fieldJ, known as fragmented sectors, bein-g 
disicovered every year on the frontier of the 
Empire. 

In the year 23m, Sertor K240 was made 
a:v.ailable for colonisation by Tetrinorp. 
K240 is ooe of the fragmented sectors and 
Qtcupies a tube of space 50 light years 
across , As a Tetracorp franchise holder, you 
have claimed a section of K24Q and are 
ready to begin your mining operations in 
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<240 is a fairly sparse in the sonics department. 
There are several bleeps and bloops occurring every 
so often to keep your ear? active. The best sounds 
are the ■smatterings of female sampled ipeech, 
which are triggered wfien an event occurs. 



The only moment where the sound goes into 
overdrive is when yqu fight against your alien 
opponent, and World War III explodes across your 
speakers. But as with the graphics, K24Q doesn't 
really require unbelievable sound effects due to its 
nature - although a few more effects might not 
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There are thousands of Asteroid, composed 
of rdckand iron, orbiting tine Sun, Most lie In 

s belt bet^Afeen the orbiti of Mars and 
Jupiter, and a^e thought to bt fragments left 
o^«f from the formation of the solar iyitein. 

AfcHJUt 100,000 rnay exist, but their lota) 
mass is only a few hundredths of the mass of 
the Moon. Asteroids of note include Ceres, 
the largest known asteroid (9,40Ql!m fn 
dfameter) and Vesta, ivhich is th& brightest 
as seen from Earth, 

The first asteroid was discovered by the 
Italian astronomer Guiseppe Piazzi at the 
Palermo Observatory, Sidiy^ on new year's 
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Trying to find a game to compare KZ40 to is quite hard, 
You coutd in effect call it a "god" game and compare it 
to Sim City, but that's not set in spate. I suppose it 
would be stupid of me not to compare it to its prede- 
cessor, Utopia, but the ^ameplay does differ slightly. 

Utopia was reviewed way hack in November 1991 
and received 3 stupendous score of B3 per cent and a 
bright and shiny Gamer ^old award. The game is 
pitched in-between Populous and Sim City, lighting an 
opponent while you attempt to develop a viable city 
with all its attendant problems of ta^tation, population 
control and crime. 

K240 is different in the sense that you have to build 
up a colony and simply destroy your opponent to win 
the gaoie. 




The type of game that K24D is doesn't really 
demand state-of-the-art graphics and to be hon- 
est it works a lot better with basic sprites and 
badcg rounds. 

There are two fiiain screens which ypu flick 
between when playing. The first is the maiin 
asteroid view screen. When you begin the game 
you are presented with a 3D representation of 
your asteroid, showing rocky terrain and the 
sole building in your colony. 

As you start to build your colony up, scaffold- 
ing will appear and eventually, depending on 
the siie of what you're building, will turn into 
structures. These structures are ad presented in a 



basic colour scheme, but any futurist would he 
proud of the actual shape of the constructions, 

Your colony looks rather pale and flat when 
compared to that of your alien opponents who 
tend to have much more extravagant construc- 
tions, but that's not really important when 
you're obsessed with completely destroying 
them in the first place. 

The second view is the asteroid field screen 
which provides you with a map of ail ^e aster- 
oids. The map, at first, is predominately 
grey. Somewhere on the screen will be 
your asteroid and around it will be a blacli circle. 
This circle is "known" space and as you prog res 
and explore, the grey map will gradually 
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This is a damn fine space strategy game and a 
lot better than its predecessor, Utopia. The con- 
trols and buttons don't take long to learn and 
before you know it you're transported to a 
world of asteroids, mining, space battles and 
destruaion. 

OK, so it might not have speaacular graphiG 
or sound, but it has it where it counts and that 
is in the gameplay and addiction departments. 
As first it all seems too easy^ but after you've 
captured a couple of asteroids you'll need all 
your brainpower to cope with the forthcoming 
problems and events. 

I'm finding it really hard to fault K240, but I 
suppose if you play enough it will eventually 
get a bit unvaried. This will take a long time to 
happen because the later aliens are incredibly 
tough and will demand a lot of experience to 
beat. 

Gremlin's space strategy is a truly engrossing 
game that will keep you awake until the early 
hours and l heartily recommend it as this 
month's game to get your mitts on. 



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PsygnDsis Have joined the 
recent thrnng Qf aiventure 
releases with this offering. 



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oyr (ollertiofis. Psygnosis, however, are reiatiwely 
new to the athieflture game scene. tKeir afi\)f other 
similar ottering being the ejccellent Hired Guns, a 3D, hori- 
zontat parallajc effort set from a first-person perspective, 
Developers DMA Design were the brawfi behind 
Psygnosis-s first attempt but for this release they've 
called upon the skills of Divide by Zefo. A two-man devel- 
opment team, Divide By Zero have tried to «i«ate a game 
inspired by a mo^e theatrical view point but with total 
player involvement. 



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We find ourselves in the future, on the plangtTayte taking on the character of Jack T 
Ladd His nsme actually gives you a good idea a? to t)ie main theme to the game. 

As an average Jack the lad, his character traits are all those that ycju would find in 
your stereotypical M. plus, in this case, tax evasion and all manner of misde 
meanours against the state- 

His indiscretions have been spotted by the IRDS (the Interstellar Revenue 
Decimation Service - i corrupt and powerful federation department) who are none 
too pleased with Mr Ladd's activities and give him 28 days to come up with the 
money to compensate for his w/rong-doi^gs. 

Punishment for failing to do this results in some unpleasant form of torture, so 
Jack heads for the nearest bar planet to drovvn his sorrows, armed only with his tax 
demand, Vou, taking on the role of Jack, need to visit all manner of locations and 
interact with the various characters to raise the necessary caih. 



As Inrnxem until Caught is your typical point 'n' click adventure it is 
inevitably going lo be compared to releases like Monkey Island and 
its lequel. The game does to some extent try to emulate this title m 
that humour is incorporated at every available opportunity, but 
while Monkey island was wirtty, Innocent is at times crude. 

First impressions seem to suggest that you're embarking on the 
thinking man's Leisure Suit Larry, with its seedy locations and style 
of humour, but whereas Leisure Suit Urry was a title designed for 
the odd giggk this one seems to try to hide its blatant double 
entendrefidden street humour under the guise of a serious, atmo- 
spheric adveniture. 

The jokes such as "Are you over 21? - What, years or centime- 
tres?" wear a little thin after a while. The recent hit Simon the 
Sorcerer wins over trinocent both graphically and in humour, and 
Beneath the Steel Sky comfiares more favourably in both its atmo- 
sphere and its puzileSr which require a lot more thought than 
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The soundtrack has obviouily been 
composed to complement the 
gloomy, futuj-irtic atmosflhere and 
doei to some extent do this. 
Kowfever, it is sc latking in appeaf 
that reaching for the volume con- 
trol is the only viable option. 

It soon becomes cfrjappointingly 
apparent that the game lacks any 
sound effects. The game would 
have benefited enormously from 
the inclusion of some form of 
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A storyline based around tax evasion Is certainly a novel one for $ 
computer game but throughout history the notorious stories of taj<- 
related problems and evasion ar-e in abundanee. 

Tracing it right h^ck to the tales of Robin Hood, one of the old- 
est cases of taxation problems occurred when King John charged his 
peasant subjects over the odids in Ux. 

Modern times are also ripe with cases of tax evasion, especially 
those of the rich and famous, More recently you maiy remember the 
entertainer Ken Dodd was in the headlines for allegedly defrauding 
the Inland Revenue, He was acquitted Injulyl9a9. 

Others have not been so fortunate. Lester Piggott, the successful 
British Jockey, was jailed for three years in October T%7, after 
admitting $ huge £3,T million tax evasion swindle. Innocents' theme 
plays on our fears of the future, of misuse of go^^ernmental powers 
and on a topic that affects us alJ, rich or poor. 




Innocent until Caught is a visuaJly 
stunning game and a great deal 
of detail has gone into the back- 
drops. The graphics are in a style 
that rather than trying to create 
total realism opts for b more 
stylised, sketched look. 

This works well in creating the 
futuristic feel of the game. The 
layout of the screen is clearly pre- 
sented and so vital action is never 
missed, The auto-mapper screen 
becomes a very useful feature 
esjaeciaily when you need to make 
a hasty e)cit. 

However, the inventory screen 
has been badly designed in that 
you simply place ail collected 
objects on the paneL After a wfiile 
the panel becomes very cluttered 
and some of the objects become 
obscured so it is easy to miss some 
of your inventory. 

The screen aisoupdates at a 
paJnfulJy slow rate at certain 
points in the game which spoils 
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While Innocent uritil Caugiht is in the main a 
blatantly fflediocre adventure game, the many 
locations and film-based style of story add 
interest to this title. The sub-piots and 
episodic style of the game work well and pro- 
vide some vaflety. 

its longevity is marred by the puszle ele- 
ment which is a little too straightforward. For 
example, a character will tell you an object 
they want, you will find it and thert be 
rewarded with an object another character 
wants. 

The control system also leaves a lot to be 
desired. The rrtouse pointer needs to be 
placed very precisely before it will let you 
carry out any actions, it is also very slow to 
recognise what you wish to click on. The style 
of humour, although an unusuai novelty at 
first, becomes rather tedious and verges on 
the immature. 

The interaction with other characters is at 
times a little predictable and slow, Innocent, 
although not highly original in its approach or 
gameplay, does have its worthwhile moments 
and does evoke some feeling of excitement 
when you think you're on the verge of discov- 
ering another due. 



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adk in the late SOs, Hasbro's H«ro 
Quest board game s«ries bridged 
the gap between traditional die- 
rolling gaming and the more surreal world of the role play«r. 
Hero Quest combined a complicated system 6,1 rules with the 
more contemporary board game philosophies. This fusion proved 
to be an instant siKxess. and Qremlin Graphics of Sheffield seized the 
opportunity to produce a computer version. 

An exact replica, the computer variation set you on a ^wies of mis- 
sions, taut rather than a "dungeort master" negotiating your fate, the 
computer handled your 3D isometric decisions. 

Data disks were added artd awards were collected, but then every- 
thing went quiet on the fantasy front. Now, after two years in develop- 
ment a whole new series of adventures with a totally revised play 
system are set for launch, the firat being the Legacy of S<jrasil. 



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3D i'iometric perspective- This method of display is na\ 
only effective for employing the game's Dungeons arid 
Dragons style rules, but also gives it that iirtra edge in 
appearanW- 

Thc animation is well handled using dearly defined 
(heracter sprites which leaws the user in no doubt i% to 
who is who. While they're a rather tliched set of extras from a Tolkien book, the 
style suits th-e mood of the plot. 

Each scenario places you in a different location, so you'll never find the land- 
scapws repptitious or boring, For trample, the first level places you in the gloom 
of a vampire's barrow, as oppMed to further challenges which find you in -forests, 
marshes and castles. 

The legions of darkness are also in vast abundance and like the scrolling back- 
drops, vary from location to location. Likewise, all the varying denizens of evil 
have different com bat animationi. 

Apart from physkali combat animations. Legacy of Sorasil features a whole 
host of arvimations for use of magic, While limited in the early levels, as you 
progress to the higher stages the screen comes alive with various 
spells, both from your battle-weary characters and the foes you face. 



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The once great empire of Rhia iiei dying under a vicious stranglehold of evil. The 
land is overrun with torruption and pestilence; harvests have failed, livestock lies 
diseased and dying, and even the most arcane of magics has failed to halt the 
spread of evil. 

In a bid to stop the malignant curse which haunts the land, Alamon the Mystic, 
noble sage of Rhia, uses his skills and detects the source of power that is the root 
cause. 

While unable to pinpoint its exaa emanation, Alamon comes to the realisation 
that the evil can be eradicated, but K will take the power at several long lost arte- 
facts which are rich in power. 

Beyond the Shadow Mountains lies the land of Kokhoth, Once a place where 
sultans and demi-gods resided in palatial splendour, the land lies in decadent ruin, 
a sad reflection of its former magnificence. 

This once royal country was home to two ancient talrsmans, each of which Is 
capable of reversing some of the evil. Beyond Kolchoth, in the land of Carathor, 
ties the amulet of Tambor-Rin, a powerful healing tool and necessary for Alamons' 

plan. 

To defeat the evil powers he also requires the might of the Oracle Sione. 
iegend has it that even deeper into the lands of darkness, in Iron-Wood Forest, 
the stone lies, 

Alamon realises the task in hand is no easy one, and sets out to find warriors 
and mages capable of overcoming such hardship. 

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While there aren't too many titles 
that have employed thiij 30 iiomet- 
ric viewpoint, a few software iiouses 
have attempted this styie, jome 
mor^ effectively than others. 

Probabfy the deffnitive titf^ in 
thii category is Krisali^'s Shadow- 
lands (Amigs CBmpiitifig Apriil '92J 
which was given the olcf Gamer 
Gold award. Othen include the 
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wayb in which the sound cari be utJIiied, You car^ 
pfay to the accompaniment of a rustic turte of 
choose to use the FX option. 

White the tune has a very dire dowdy edge to 
it, it does contain a great deal o^ atmosphere 
and mood that offsets the visual ajpect of the 
game very nicely. 

Conversely, you tan opt to use the sound 
effects which give that extra dimension of reaJ- 
ity to com^bat, as swords clash with s sarnpies 
crunch and spells boom as they rain down on the 
recipient. Both aspects of the sonics within 



Legacy of Sorasil are very strong and worl< 
extremely well within their contest. 

While it's not a major criticism, it's my 
personal opinion that the sound would 
have been that bit more sp>eeial if the ip rag ram- 
mers could have involved the two elements 
together. 

However, this Utopian ide^l may fall flat on 
its face as the standard of sound and sample 
independently is very high. 

It's worth remembering that because of mem- 
ory restriction-s, had the two been integrated 
then the standard that has been reached may 
have dropped drastically. 



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Many of the influences in titles of 
this nature come from the original 
ideas of J R Tolkien, John Ronald 
Tolkien was an English writer born 
in 1892, 

He created the fictional worfd of 
Middle Bacth which featured two 
major works, his 1&37 classic, The 
Hobbit, and his epic trilogy The Lord 
of the Rings written from 1954 to 
195S. 

His lands were populated by 
strange peoples Jike hobbfts, 
dwarves and goblins. Tolkien's 
works developed to cult status in 
the '60s, and due to his popularity 
he had many imitators. 

At Oxford University he was pro- 
fessor of Anglo Samn from 1 924-45, 
and Merton Professor of Engjfsh 
until 19S9, Tolkiert died in 1973. 
without really knowing the full 
extent he woufd have on the worlds 
of role-playing and video gaming. 



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This first venture in the Hero Quest Masters series is (eaps and bounds ahead of iu 
older brother, the origir>al Hero Qtfest. The m«t obvious major improvement is 
the combat system. 

tn the original titie when you're involved in a fight to the death the scene cut to 
a speciaf combat screen. Now, when youVe attacked or choose to fight a foe, the 
action continues in the environment you are eKpbring, This might seem trivial, but 
adds both continuity and atmosphere. 

Really, there are that many changes from the original that the two are beyond 



comparison, and you can certainly telJ that it's been in deveiopment for 
two years. 

Although Legacy of Sorasil is split down into ten different adventures, each ofle 
relates to an overall plot, This works exceptionally well, as your characters develop 
and are awarded extra points to their various attributes. 

Legacy is also very s$$^ to pick up, using a point-and<lick system fn conjunction 
with the mouse. This is typical of every aspect of Sorasil - generally its easy to use 
and even easier to find yourvelf absorbed within. 

This combination of DSD style rules blended in with the visual aspects of com- 
bat and spell<asting will make Hero Quest Masters an instant success to RPG 
lovers. 



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dvertisirtg is everywhere, in ever^ corner of 
all of aur lives. In an average day your senses 
will be assaulted conslanfty ss you make 
your way ttiTOugh what some would consider a 
minefield. 

If you walk down any high street in practically any 
town in Britain today, you can e«pea to be bombarded 
frofTi every direction. The most obvious advertisements 
will be visual stimulation frem posters, screens and dis- 
plays featuring attractive icons and slogans that stick. 

In all probability this visual attraction wfilil be supple- 
mented by sounds formed into jingles or tunes that 
clamp themselves to youc consciousriess. The bottom 
line is that if people remember a particular tune Of pic- 
ture arid associate it with a product^ then this can be 
deemed a success. 

This is the more obvious form of advertisirig on the 
street, but there are other ways of penetrating the 
senses, Supermarkets and fast food chains now use 
smells to stimulate a purchase. For example, a super- 
market without an on-site bakery might deliberately 
waft an artificially-manufactured smell of fresh bread 



into the street to get people into the aisles- 

However,, this is nothing new, Ever since man has had 
goods to trade he has competed with the nert trader to 
sell them; it is the nature of the beast to advertise in a 

free market. 

nnovation for the advertising 
world was the mass produc- 
tion of the television set. 
While the cinema had been 
a large vehicle for advertis- 
ers, it still didn't grant access 
to the home. 

Once established in the 
home, TV advertising grew 
and became a multi-mi 1 1 ion 
pound industry, with a prod- 
uct's success and failure not 
down to its quality, but 
down to the estposure arid 
success of its advertising 
campaign. 

This has now reached such 
an intense level that compa- 
nies now even sponsor pro- 
grammes thai fit the image 
of their particular product. 
For cKample, the ale- 
M ^1^ drinking CAM RA imem be r 

I^^S Inspector Morse is funded by 

^^ Beamish, the stout manufac- 

turer, whereas programmes 
such as the weather have 
sponsorship from companies 
like Powergen. 

But as well as advertising's 
merits of making people 
aware of new innovations and products, there is also a 
darker side. 

Such things as misleading product claims and brand 
stereotyping are two examples of practices that the 
advertising world's governing bodies, The Advertiiing 
Standards Authority (ASA) and the Committee of 
Advertising Practice (CAP) co-ordinate the fight against. 
Together they instigate the British Code of 
Advertising Practice and have gained legislation to rid 
us of brainwashing techniques like flash advertising, 

Banned because of itsfrighteningly effective method 
of persuading customers to buy products, this sublimi- 
nal method places an engram-like image in the brain 
leaving the customer little or no alternative but to buy. 
However, as technology has expar^ded through the 
home, so has the advertising potential. Perhaps the 
greatest growth expansion has been in the home com- 
puter market. Here in just short of a decade, prices have 
crashed as technology has gone through the ceiling. 

GraphJa, sound and memory chips are now so pow- 
erful that complicated images can be rendered and 
accurate sounds manufactured very quickly and 
economically. 

One of the largest growth areas is in the computer 
game market, where both youth culture and adults 
alike sit in front of screens interacting and involved 
with on-screen sprites. It seems that this audience is a 



captive market and one which can be targeted 

eKtremely accurately using a relatively cheap form of 
advertising. 

One of the first people to spot such potential was 
Danny Bohroff, whose company Microtime Media are 
now at the forefront of licence tie-ins and product plac- 
ing in computer games. 

The idea came some years back when Danny, who's a 
computer games enthusiast himself, was sat glued to a 
monitor screen. 

"One night I was playing Kick Off. I was a Kick Off 
freak, and it came to me; There should be proper ads 
on such things as the side hoardings of the pitch, after 
that the idea just grew and grew. 

"At the time I was working in advertising, and I'd 
spent a number of years working in the industry exam- 
ining and developing new mediums to advertise in." 

At first, although Danny was completely convinced 
of the concept, both software houses and manufactur- 
ers were dismissive 

"Although I never doubted that computer games 
would be a successful medium to advertise in, I never 
knew if I could survive long enough before the idea 
took off, but I knew someone would succeed." 

DISCUSSIONS 

The first success Microtime Media achieved was 
between United Biscuits and MiKenniuffi Interactive 
Software. After discussions with brand management fo' 
the Penguin biscuit and managing director of 
Millennium Michael Hayward, a deal was struck. 

In the game, one of the objects of your Pond charac- 
ter IS to walk over penguins which lie around the leveb, 
and there are also loading animations which feature a 
selection of the aquatic biscuits. 

At the time Millennium were a relatively small devel- 
oper, and involvement with a strong brand added pro- 
motional weight and a larger audience to Millennium's 
James Pond Robocod character, 

Keith Smith of Millennium explains how the tie-up 
came into being, "The in it la! idea was given to us by 
Danny Bolrtroff of Microtime Media- He'd lined up i 
United Biscuits and told us that they were interested in 
reaching a certain age group via a games medium. 
James Pond just happened to be reaching e3(actly that 
same targeted group," 

Being the first game ever to feature a product tie-in, 
James Pond 2 was an escperiment that was under the 
microscope not only of the companies involved, but the 
whole of the fast-moving consumer goods and software j 
industries alike. 

Fortunately for both Millennium and United Biscuits. 
Pond was a tremendous success, having now reached 
the million sales mark over just about every format 
conceivable. 

This all sounds extremely straightforward, but there 
were slight hitches and compromises during production 
on both sides, as Keith explains. 

"Once the tie-up had been agreed, the graphics had 
to added. This meant that certain demands from the 
client were not possible, due to the complexity of the 
programming." 

However, compromises were found and it materi- 



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aljsed that a a promotional idea for the Penguin 
brartd, United Biscuits were eictremely happy. 

The benefits to s company thai ipendi vart qua nif- 
ties of money researching its consurrers were that thii 
method of befow-the-line advertising allowed them to 
reach a finely targeted audiente. 

A measure of the success has been the number o"? 




sub-sequent developments which feature licence tie- 
ups, CertarnI/ companies like Microtime Media and 
Danny Bobroff don't h^ve the jame problems convinc- 
ing manufacturers of the massive potential of advertis- 
ing wrth in this framework. 

Since the birth of the idea with the Robocod con- 
cept, there have been many foJIow up tie-ins, quite a 
few the brainchild of Mr Bobroff. 

Most of the major players in the software industry 
have now had games which feature some form of 
advertising tie-up. Although Microti me Media haven't 
been responsible for all of the tie-ins, there's quite a 
few famous games whicb Danny has been responsibie 
for the advertising aspect of. 

United Biscuits featured again in Olympic Gold; 
Pepsico and Duckhams Oil featured in Formula i Grand 
Pri)g and perhaps the most famous of all is the Chupa- 
Chups loMipop tie in with Gremlin's Zool. Although 
onljf the sweet le'i^'el featured advertising for the lol- 
lipop company, it worked esitremely well. 

So successful was the Zool and Chupa-Chups rela- 
tionship that plans are afoot for some heavyweight 
promotions. As Gremlin's 5teve McKevitt told me; 

"ft worked so well that Chupa-Chups European pro- 
motion for 1994 will incorporate Zool and Zool world 
as a key element. A% we speak retail and consumer 
promotions are now being planned." 

Another one of Microtime's successes was the Ocean 




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and Walkers Crisps tie up. Using the Qusvers brand and 
the Colin Curly character, Ocean devised two complete 
puule games. 

Both Pushover and its younger brother One Step 
Eeyorvd put the crisp-loving Colin on a quest for his 
favourite snack, and as Danny states: "it was a whole 
new games engine that carefully wrapped puzzf? play 
wrth advertising as Colin attempted to reach the Quaver 
zone." 

Since this advertismg revolution, software houses 
themselves have been quick to approach manufacturers 
with ideas for tie-ups. 

One of the most successful direct tie-ups is Gremtin's 
Lotus trilogy. This slick, scrolfing racing game featured 
two of Lotus's most prestigious ears. While Gremlin had 
a very fast, detailed set of codes, they felt the game 
needed more, a; Steve McKevitt explained; 

HIGH PERFORMANCE 

"It was our idea to (ink the product with Lotus, we 
felt it would benefit from the involvement of a real 
high performance car manufaaurer, and let's face it, if 
Lotus 2 had been called split-screen rater, people 
wouldn't have identified with it." 

The tie in with Lotus enabled Gremlin to use imagery 
and artwork of real cars as well as beirig able to use use- 
ful information regarding performance. 

As part of the deal, Lotus supplied promotions fea- 
turing the actual cars, and in return Gremlin had to fol- 
loy^i a few stipulations. 

As Steve told me: "The only parameters Lotus laid 
down was that they did not want the cars to be 
smashed up during play. So in this game if a car leaves 
the track it bounces back into play, rather than 
exploding." 

Others who have previously majored their attentions 
on film and television advertising have been quick to 
spot the potential that computer games offer. 

As RichaJ-d Ftobion, director of JAC Publicity and 
Marketing, points out; "The major FMCC companies 
now recognise this area as an important new medium. 



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Glabal Gladiators • Virgin 

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McDonaldlatid • Virgin 

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Jaguar XJ220 • Core Design 

Arcade Racer using Jaguar's state-of-the art auto 

Internotienai Champ Golf • Ocean 

Tie-in with Pringle golf sweaters 

Soccer Kid - Krysalis 

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Xbit is, a great way of targeling a spetific market." 

Like a great many of us, you're probably not only 
questioning some of the ethics involved, but also, 
what's actually in it for the games pla^rer. But the soft- 
ware houses, and companies like Microti me Media and 
JAC, are quick to resp-ond to both of the aforemen- 
tioned notions. 

They all believe very strongly that the concept of 
advertising in computer titles is a healthy idea and 
good for the industry. 

As, Keith Smiith says: "I can't see why people should 
think of it as an immoral practice. Young people are 
being subjected to more advertisin-g messages than 
ever before. 

"This is not a bad thing, it't just progress If games 
are to be singled out then once they've been torn to 
shreds the spotlight will fall on the likes of Take That of 
Jurassic Park." 

Martyn Brown of Team 17, the company responsible 
for Superfrog and its tie-up with Lucozade reiterated 
the point. 

"1 don't think it does anybody any harm as liong as 
the advertising isn't detrimental to the game." 

MULTI-I^ATIONALS 

The industry is adamant that games players can only 
benefit from tie-ups and sponsorship from large multi- 
nationals. Involvement with such companies brings in 
much-needed development money which brings a 
higher standard of software to the player. 

Danny Robroff eaplained some of the benefits to 
the games player: "Each camipaign always features 
some benefit to the consucner. For example, in One 
Step Beyond a whole new engine was designed for the 
game, and it was still launched at the redu-ced price of 
£19.99, about ten pounds cheaper than most software, 
"Penguin Biscuits featured such things as free Mega 
Drives and free copies of Pond, and also on-pack offers 

I giving gamers £10 off software titles." 

On the opposite side of the fence is the notion that 

I games players are being e>: posed to a high level of 
advertising when they boot up their computers. 

In television, people are eitposeri to short sharp 
explosions of hard-sell advertising; in computer games 
the sell Is a Sot softer. This is because the player very 
often sits at a monitor for over two hours and can 

j therefore he subjected to much more subtle messages. 

' One of the key dangers are the false claims element 
of advertising. For example, in a game such as 
Superfrog, when our green friend walks over Lucozade 



bottles he has his energy restored to its full status. 
Although the product does make similar claims, this 
potentially could le-ad children into believing such a 
notion is completely true. 

This, hcwever, is the tip of the iceberg in comparison 
to the prospects the future brings. Technological break- 
throughs such as compact disc - with the ability to run 
such things as full rrvotion video - open up new dangers 
for use by the unscrupuious. 

A1 the moment in the United Kingdom there is abso- 
lutely no legislation regarding computer games. This 
means that techniques such as flashrtubliminal photog- 
raphy, which was banned as an advertising medium on 
television years ago, can still be legally used within the 
framework of such things as computer games, 

Although no-one has yet to test the authorities, 
Richard Robson admsits it's just a question of time; "It's 
highly possible that some unscrupulous operator will do 
it at sometime." 

Indeed, such is the concern of advertising's govern- 
ing bodies, that they have set up Project 2000. The main 
aim of this commission is to investigate all areas of new 
technology media, but Included in this bracket is com- 
puter software. 

Following a meeting with advertising's governing 
bodies, software houses and companies such as 
Microti me Media, it was decided that while there is no 
immediate dissati^sf action, the industry needs a code of 
practice to cover the future, 

As Fionnuala Tennyson of the Advertising 
Association said of the software industry: "Legislation 
at the moment is not good enough with the strong ele- 



ment of advertisirig that is developing. " 

In the immediate future it's highly likely that prod- 
ucb such as word processors and art packages will pick 
up advertisers from companies manufacturing items 
like pens and paper. 

Reaching further forward into the realms of virtual 
reality and neural networks, like those written about in 
hooks such as Willi am Oibson's Neufomanzer, then a 
totally new can of worms opens up. 

VIRTUAL REALITY 

The potential within this new electronic society for 
advertising is huge, and the day of VR worlds isn't ai 
distant as you may imagine. 

Soon, you'll don your headgear and journey into a 
new world within your front room. A world where elec- 
tronic ad hoardings will beat out their neon messages, 
across the hum of a chiip-coritrollied neural city. 

This could be a world full of possibilities, but also is 
likely to be crammed to the brink with just as many 
messages as your everyday high street, with every sense 
interfaced and interfered with, 

This doesn't mean we're necessarily heading for 
some Orwellian nightmare, because the advertising 
world, the software industry and companies like 
Microti me Media all want to see a code of practice 
introduced. 

But as in so many other areas, technology is out-run- 
ning the law, posing new moral questions which 
demand rapid sorting out and translation into work- 
able legislation, before the damage has already been 
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I ntrod uction 




he popularitv of football hai meant that it affects most people's lives in 
some way. Loathe it, or love it there's no way of escaping it - especially 
now/when it's brought to ouf homes via the technology of home 
computer!. 

There a^e an abundance of football garr^es from the managemenVstrategy 
type? to the arcade/simulations. Both are becoming increasingly popular with 
your average gam esp layer which Inevitably meaniS hungry software house trying 
to caih in, 

All manner of football games are continually TeleaswJ as the software compa- 
nies compete for your cash, resulting in vastly differing standards fromi the goodj 
to the bad, to the very ugly, 

As a multitude of football simulations have been released, stnetching back into 
the distant and murky past, it would be hard to give a full, comprehensive guide 
to every sim ever released, so we've picked out some of the best and most 
acclaimed of more recent times Dini and Dini Productions an^d Sensible Software 



brought us the two most acclaimed titles that led to the battle of the giants - 
namely the heated competition between Sensible Soccer and Kick Off - in their 
quest to bs the defirvitive football sim. 

Other corrtenders in the fight were ICrisalis's licensed releases, the Manchester 
United games, and it wasn't lor^g before Ocean got in on the act too with their 
offering European Champions. All boasted playability, doaensof options^ and fine 
graphics, 

Not to be outdone by each other, sequel after sequel hit our shelve^ along with 
many updated versions and data disks, it became more complicated for the average 
gamer to find what he wanted from a football game. 

Life, far from becoming eesiei, is set to confuse even more with many of the 
promised forthcoming releases so we've separated the best from the rest from the 
past, present and future and rounded them up for your deliberation. 

Part one of our feature deals with what Is currently on offer and next month 
we'll be looking at forthcoming releases. 



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Sensible Soccer tame on the scene to challenge the Kick Off 
releases. The games world was amazed by the wide range of 
optiorts and the authentic atmosphere. 

Samples of crowd chants, gasps and boos along with sirens 
artd drums creaite that all-important football atmosphere. The 
game is viewed from a slightly elevated position so there is no 
rwed for a radar or scannpgr. There are many options to choose 



from in Sensible Soccer, such as seasonal weather, match length 
and fully changeable teams. The sprites^ althouigh smaller than 
the norm, are still very detailed and easy to control. The game's 
appeal lies in its sheer playability and immediate controllability. 
The game plays at a reasonable pace too, giving the playef 
more time to plan shotSy and thus giving a greater feeling of 
control. 



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Dino Dim i$ t<ie man behind the Kfck Off series, The 
first offering ^et new standards in football gaming &i 
we l<now it. The lecontJ vwnt on only to better this and 
wowed miny a gamej player with Its sheer 
controllability. 

Things went from good to very good for Dino Oini 
with s third Kick Off im the making, but with Dino part- 
ing Eompany with Anco, publisher of the previous Kick 
Offs, the licence was taken up hy Virgin and t*ie game 
given the new moniker Goal. 

Goal impressed with its improved graphics, 
enhanced sound effects and frantic gameplay, View of 



the pitch can be switched between a cloje up or con- 
ventional overhead view, 

Match atmosphere is generated through 100k of 
Sound effects such as supporters responding to the 
plajf, for e>;smple, cheering, if s player takes a shot on 
goal, 

Although Goal is at first not as easy to control 
as Sensible Soccer, once rriastered you can produce 
some very rewarding moves, Being able to "trap" 
the ball and then kick it in the required direction 
needs practice but results in spectacular 
accuracy. 



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Recently released h this third Krisalis 
Manchester United licence, and from the 
fooks of things it promises to surpass its 
predecessors. Changes made include 
switching the game view from side to 
above and adding a great strategy/man- 
agement angleto it, 

A tacti-grid allows you to decide where 
and how your squad should play, Decide 
on a formation and your players wiJi n\(k 
to it. 

The game is also made highly realistic in 
that players have their own dEfined skill 
levels,. Aithoygh inspired by Sensible 



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Soccer, MUPLC has more clearly defined 
sprites and the whole game is well 
presented. 

Details such as the replay function and 
being able to make informed substitution 
decisions because the computer wiJJ 
tell you what state your player is in, 
makes the game stand out from Its 
counterpart. 

The game looks set to be ^ huge hit and 
the interactive element coupled with the 
great piayabjlity will bs s more than wor- 
rying challenger for games already on the 
shelve? and those to be released. 



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(Krisalis) 



Recently released is this third Krisali? Manchester 
United licence, and from the looks of things it 
promises to surpass its predecessors. Changes made 
include changing the game view frorrt side to above 
and adding a great strategy/management angle to it, 
A tacti-grid allows you to decide where and how 
your squad should play. Decide on a formation and 



your players wiH stick to it. 

The game is also highly realistic in that players 
have their own defined skill levels. Although 
inspired by Sensible Soccer, MUPLC has more clearly 
defined sprites and the whole thing is well 
presented, 

Details, such as the replay function and being able 



to make informed substitution decisions because the 

computer will tell you what state your player is in, 
makes the game stand out from its counterpart. 

This looks set to be a huge hit and the interactive 
element coupled with the greet playability will be a 
more than worrying challenger for games already on 
the shelves and those to te released. 



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Stackport 

County fantasy 

football 



who better tc give their football insights on some 
of the better 'footy litles to grace our screens tirian 
tKe lads iwho play the game for a living? 

Stotkport County Football Club 
\i e team that can boast several 
trips to Wembley ^rrd the 
tallest player in the -football 
league - a heslthy 5ix foot 
?even inches. 

With this in mind, the 
Afnig$ Computing team made 
their way with head held high {about 
siK footl to the ground* for the ensuing 
tournament, 

Before plunging into this da^h of the titans snd 
to give the players a warm up, we presented them 
with four titles "from the current crop of football 
games to f le)t the hand muscle* with. 

Coal! 

The latest offering from Dino Dinl only managed 
to stir an "it's all right" from Lee Todd, Stotky's 
right back. The players warmed to if after a while 
though, as Darren Ryan, right/left wing, claimed 
that he preferred Goal to everyone's favourite 
Sensible Soccer, and Lee came to the conclusion 
that the graphics were the best of the bunch, 

Manchester United Europe 

After the tiissmg and catcalls had subsided and the 
Amiga had been safely ■saved from being thrown 
out of the window, Neil Edwards, goalkeeper, and 
Darren settled down for a play on this Man Utd- 
sponsored game from Kris^lis, 

Even after several mbytes of play, the cortsen- 
sus of opinion was that the controls weren't up to 
much and that the gameplay was so slow that 
"ewen Linford Christie couldn't play this one". 

The rather tame sound effects were subject to a 
barrage of laughter as the bail bounced off the 
goal post with a rather limp ping. All in all, not 6 
game that was met with thumbs up. 

Manchester United Pro 
League Champion 

After fetching the Amiga from outside of the club 
room's broken window and saving the disks from 
injury time, Lee Todd and Andy Preece, striker, 
had a quick game on Krisaiis' Sensi-like title. 

Comments made suggested that everything 
moves so fast that it'<. difficult to see what is actu- 
ally going on, and struggling to control what was 
going on was even rriore of a problem. 

Sensible Soccer 

The majority of players found this classic their 
favourite as a fun, action packed and easy-to-get- 
into footy experience and without further ado, the 
title was selected to be used In the final 
tournament.. 



The Tournament 

After this brief reviewing session, the Tournarttent begarj in earnest. Lee Tod 
and Darren Ryan stepped forward to take on tKe jflC team in a vicious game of 
Sensible Sotter, M^tch tension was high - with fingers flexed and focus at maxi- 
mum, Stotkpoft prepared tKem^elves fof the first semifinaL 

The AC team in the meantime put on a brave fate while fumbling for Valium 
and Beta Bl&ckers in a vain attempt to hoid ihemselwes together for the 
first matcb.>. 



Lee hm, SCFC 

vs 

Tina "The" Hackett, AC Team 

Lee made his intentions clear from 
the beginning - after a close call sK 
Hacketfs goal right from the off, he 
had the control of the ball for the 
majority of the g ame , __^ 

In the meanitiffleJHadA"Wkrted 
to foulln: 

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froF 

ing iiTsname. 

The second half held few surprises 
- although AC did n^anage to take a 
few pot shots flt the goal, Stwkport 
drove the ball in to the net once 
again, bearing an unarguable 
result-. 2-0. Todd was into the 
final. 





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To make life easier, 
firter details of th« 
games and th« 
different options i 
a^^ailable are con- 
tained within our 
league table. 



Publisher: 
Developer: 
Match: 
Skill settings: 
Save game: 
Players: 
Sprites: 
Sound effects: 
Weather: 
Pitch; 
Duration: 
Goalie: 
Tactics: 
Statistics: 
Referee: 
Pitch view; 
Extra Moves: 
Radar: 

Auto replay: 
Other features 
L Score; 





SENSIBLE SOCCER 

Renegade 

Sensible Software 

cup/league/euro/friendly leaguei^cup 

N/A 

highlights/data 

1-2 player 

small but clear 

crowd chants/boos 

Seasonal oeVoff 

icy/m ud/joft/n o r m d r*y/h a rd/ra n d nV 

3/5/7/1 0/mins 

computer 

formatio as/subs 

no 

preset 

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lift+bend 

no 

goals on/off 

custom teams+data 

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Dorren Ryan, SCFC 

vs 

Adorn Phillips, AC Team 

A game of unrealised promise. A 
barrage of attacks at the geal frorn. 
AC'S finest hvere constantly unjuc- 
cessfuL Ryan's attempts were fero- 
croys but by half time, there were 
no goa%, j itst frustf ation^ 

Into the sec 
attack coj: 
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tivesT 

This aEI proved too much for the 
young man from the Europreii 
offices a^ the ball squeesed past his 
goalie in the last second of play- 1 - 
0... Stockport were into the i\r\&\, 
the (4 C team nrtecely commentating. 



Lee Todd, SCFC 
Darren Ryan, SCFC 

After proclaiming that he'd be happy with a draw, Ryan's 
dream wej shatter&d by Todd as he carve^is playerj round 
the field, putting the bail in the ba; 
the first half 

Ryan fought bad 
player into, 
dance and 
goal scored f 

But all thh^Bfd wqrk was to no avaiil -Todd pushed 
another one into the net and the tou.rn^ment was over, 2 - 1 
to L6e Todd, the winner... it wai time for a handshake 
and the photocell 




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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS 

Ocean 

Audiogenic 

practice/euro 

indivldual/team/1-10 level 

replays/data 

1-2 pfayer 

large,detailed 

music/six 

wind, none to strong 

n o rm/haf d/m u d/astf oAwet 

^8/15/20/40/90 

■V com p Liter 

player attributes/editor 

running commentary 

J en ient/ave rage/strict 

side/overhead 

autoshoot/ping pass/pointpaSf 

yes 

on/off video replay 

auto corner/throw in 

90% 




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GOAL 

Virgin 

Dini and DJni 

FA+Coca Cola Cup practi«/league 

Speed, novice to ace 

replays/auto/data 

1-2 player 

animated 

crowd react to events 

wind, on/off 

n orm/wet/mu d werr bley/random 

1/3/5/10/20 

computer,med/easy/hard 

forrrations/transfers 

match report 

different personalities 

overhead-vertical + horizontal with zoorr 

scissor kick/trap ball/aftertoijch 

yes,various size/position 

replays, fast forward/rewind 

arcade challenge 

93% 





MAN UTD 

Krisalis 

In-house 

all English league/FA Cup/Coca Cola Cup 

according to division 

data/ 

up to 4 

small, well defined 

crowd 

Seasonal 

usual+fog/frost 

preset 

computer 

huge strategy eiement/tacti-grid ^ 

no 

preset 

overhead 

no 

rewincf/slow motion/opposite viewpoint 

state of player info 

92% 






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If you can bear to re-live Bernhard 
Langer's infamous fluffol putt, or think 
you can U lietter, Ocean's iatest sports 
uame is a good way to raise tliat liiflod 
pressure, as Stevis Kennedy discovered 



' he Ryder Cup competition, played betweBn 
Europe and th« USA, ifi one of the f«w golf 
tuumamenfo to interest many non-golfers, as 

our boys do battle with the Yanks for one of the most prestigious trophies 
the sport tan offer. 

Irue to the original, Ottan't game puts the player in charge of the 12 best 
professionats from either side of the Atiantic, playing over a gruelling three-day 
schedule in which five rounds of golf and the elusive 14,5 points winning total wttl 
stretch most people's nerves to the Vnuckle-biting itage. 

Choosing to play either as USA or Europe, and in the shoes of up to four golfers at 
any one time, the player's skill with a driver and a spot of deft team selecti&n could 
be the difference between finishing as the grinning Tony Jacklin, or the crushed aiMl 
bitterly disappointed Bernard Gallagher. 





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Reasonable but sparse mors or less sums it up as far es ?ound goe^, The 
sampled cheers from the trowd when a hole Is won are suitably rewarding, 
but they begin very clgmsiiy without any fade-in and end almost as 
abruptly. 

The odd tweeting bird, splaihei when your hall lands- an water, and a 
great sample of the ball landing in the cup when a putt goes down are the 
onJy spct effects except for the awful white noise used to indicate that 
you've hit a tree. 



55% 



Ocean have made full use of the Al200's 256-colour rrode to nf>ake Ryder Cup 
Golf easily the be?t looking golf game on the Amiga. The game's four courses 
(which ir^clude the Belfry and the Village, ONo) are beautifully' drawn, from the 
treestotheshadedfaiFways. 

By stacking the various graphics in layers, a certain am:Ount of parallaji effect is 
achieved, and the most distant objects are faded Into the sky to give the appear- 
ance of depth, Static screens are every bit as good, particularly those which are 
accessed during play, and the attention to detail is gralifylngly high, 

There are a few bad points, though, and a few extra touches here and there 
wouldn't have been out of place. As In most golf games, for instance, the golfef 
sprite, his swing action, and the dub he is appafently haiding remain unchanged 
whether he's belting out a 300-yard drive or attempting a tricky wedge shot, and 
the shad I ng cou I d benefit f ro m m ore a ttent Ion . 

Polygon? aren't used on fairways or greens, io the shading is the player's only 
way of guessing the lie of the land, and as this is often a little too subtle, it can 
be very difficult to judge which way the ball will bounce or roll, A grid can be 
superimposed on the greens, but iron shots are unaided by any such technigue. 

Overall, though, there can be few gripes over graphics, which are definitely 
the game's greatest strength. 



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The Ryder Cup was first officially played fn 
1927 at Worcester, Massachusetts, when Tecf 
Ray's British team went down 9,5 to 2,5 points 
at the hands of the great Walter Hagen. 
Twelve months earlier, the unoffitial precur- 
sor to the cup competition had seen the 
British de^rgy the Americans at Wentworth. 

Abe Mitchell, the caplain of that first unof- 
ficial team, was shortly to be immortalised as 
the figure you can see on the top of the tro- 
phy, donated by British businessman Samuel 
Ryder, which the teams have competed for 
ever since. 

Great Britain's first official Ryder Cup win 
came two yean later at the Moortown course, 
and every two years since then, war permil- 
ting, the cup has provided one of golf's most 
enthraiifng competitions. 

Despite a British win in 1957 and a draw in 
1969, the Americans dominated the flyder 
Cup until 1979, when the beleaguered British 
enlisted the help of the continent to form a 
European team for the first time. 

Matches became closer and closer until, in 
1985, Tony Jlacklin's team fFrtaJly won the cup 
back when Sam Torrance sunk his memorable 
putt and prompted a flood of joyful teirs 
from ail present. 

The recent resurgence of Eyrgpean golfing 
stfeftgth, thanks to players such as Ian 
Woosnam, Nick faldo, Seve Ballesterqs and 
Sernhard Langer, has made the Ryder Cup 
one of the most popular TV sporting events of 
alL and millions of viewers tune in every two 
years to watch what has become a string of 
incredibly close-fought contests. 



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Micfoprose Golf is the touchstone for sfmufation excel- 
lence, and Ocean's attempt comes nowhere near it. fn the 
Microprose game, contoured fairways, realistic bal) flight, 
challenging gamepiay and an attention to realism rn wind 
effects, lie of the ball and other areas more than make up 
for ordinary graphics and poor sound. 

Of the graphically- inclined games, PGA Tour is probably 
the only reai contender, and Ryder Cup GoJf bests it hands 
down. We won't bother to include Links, as it is so slow as 
to be unplayable, so Ocean have managed to place them- 
selves somewhere in the middle 




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Ryder Cup's mcKst damaging weakness has to be the poor 

quality of the simulation itself, The flight of the bail is 
nothing like a real golf ball, and the avid real world golfer 
will be disappointed. 

In addition, the hole previews do not offer a yardage 
gauge, making it almost impossible to decide whether to 
lay up before a stream or attempt to clear it with a good 
drive. 

Ocean wouldn't be spoiling the player by offering some 
sort of yardage indicator, as all pros these days have almost 
Ordinance Survey-like information supplied by their caddies 
who walk the course several times before his nibs steps out 
on the first tee. 

Three different methods are available for actually taking 
a shot, rangiing from the easy-peasy combined shot to the 
trickier hook/^iice method. The latter is similar to the tradi- 
tional power bar as used by most gameSr while the com- 
bined shot method uses a click selector for power and a 
moving sniper's sight which you click to stop at the desired 
part of the ball 

This is fairly ^asy, SO the player can elect to introduce 
wobble to make stopping the sight at the correct spot a lot 
harder. The third method is the chip/punch screen from 
which you select how much loft you require then choose 
from five types Of chip and punch. Around the greens and 
when stuci; under a tree, this method comes into its own. 

On the whole, Ryder Cup <jolf never really feels like golf. 
The poor ball! flight mechanics, a nagging suspicion that 
those fairways are actually completely flat, and the seem- 
ing lack of effect of the wind on the ball rob an otherwise 
neat play system of realism. 



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Ocean have produced a golf game which refuses to be categorised in the normal 
way. In terms of its simulation, the game is badly flawed, but the variety of shots 
on offer gives Ryder Cup Golf a flexibility in garneplay which miany will find 
attractive. 

Probably the game's best element is that it is a team event, and rt is here that 
the drama of the Ryder Cup is at least partly reconstructed in pi;(el form. 

Choosing from; the last European or USA team (you can play on either side), the 
player has the job of selecting who plays who and in what order, making the roie 
of captain one of the most important. 

There's no point in putting your best players against the other side's weakest in 
the hope of quick pointSv because your own weakest players will take a real trounc- 
jfig when their turn comes up, and as each player performs in a similar fashion to 



his real world counterpart, the golfing fans among us will have a much easier tirre 

of it. 

As the three-day event unfolded, I found myself skipping from match to match 
in an attempt to bolster flagging rounds. Faldo and Woosnam can -usually be 
left to their own devices, but some of the other players, if left under computer 
control, will be less predictable, and the game aids team play immensely by 
enabling the piayer to change the golfers he has under his control at the end Of 
each hole. 

This makes it possible to stay on your favourite hole and play each match as it 
conws through, and i managed to win four in a row doling just that. 

On the othef hand, the warm glow at winning a hole can quickly dissipate when 
the score board comes up showing that the other matches are losing ground. 

The eMra challenge of team play in an intensive three-day tournament lifts 
what is otherwise a very average game with good graphics, and had the golfing 
simulation been better, Ryder Cup Golf might have been a very good game indeed. 



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have my reasons for this outburst. How many 
times have ^ou thought that you could run the -country 
better than some of toda/'s hapless politicians? 

VV«II, now you cai^ get first-hand experience of running 
not onl/ a country, but a viihole planet, courtesy of 
Htaelstrom, Impire's brand new simMlation. 

PAS Systems have sp«ot the last two years developir^g 
Maelstrom and have tried to achieve maKimum realism 
not ofll^ in terms of the mechanics o1 running a govern- 
ment and fighting a foe, but also in terms of the interae- 
tiofi between people and factors in the game. 

As in real life, Maelstrom features a galaxy that is 
newer constant: its character^ have moods, its technology 
is fallible, its leaders are whimskal, and its masses 
unpredictable. 

Maelstrom provides you with all the tools for interact- 
ing with an entire galaxy while controlling your military, 
secret intelligence network, research and mining 
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Syndicate forces. You were given a one- 
man mission to investigate tiie planet 
Harmony for a posjibie take-over. 
Knowing tl^e explosive composition of 
Harmony's surface, you were looking for a 
means of take-over other than ss space- 
ground assault 

During the flight second thoughts 
entered your mind, Though you were not 
of the highest r^nk, your knowledge of 
the Syndicate's methodi of cotoniiation 
turned you against them. 

Hamnony is a peacefyl mining commu- 
nity and it bothered you that you were 
helpings the Syndicate usurp the govern- 
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cent mifierj and their families.. When you 
reached Harmony, you defected and 
joined the peopl^e of the pianet. 

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ear-enlightening sound effects, then don't buy Maelstrom betauie the sound is virtu- 
ally non-eKi stent, 

I'm not saying that Maelstrom particularly needs amazing soured, but a slight 
touch of music here and there would've gone a long way to improving the game and 
giving it that much needed shot of atmosphere. 

The only sound effects you'll heaf are a few/ beeps and bangs and even they aren't 
tKactly awe-inspiring, If you want good Ktunds, then you'll just have to go some- 
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renowned industrial designer and futurist and is perhaps best 
known for his participation in designing Bl^de Rvnne-r. Mead has 
als.0 been a major contributor to other feature films- including 20W, 
Aliens, Star Tret The Motion Picture and the Disney classic Tran. 

This is not Syd's first game though, because back in October 
1993 he had a hand in producing CyberRace on the PC and 
Macintosh for Cyberdreams, the company behind the highly suc- 
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that you can compare Maelstrom 
to, as ft contains a lot of different 
gaming elements. The closet game 
that I can think of is Virgin's 
Dune 2j which received 81 per cent 
back in September 1993 and was 
highly acclaimed by critics and 
punters alike. 

The gameplay consisted of con- 
structing new buildings, repairir^g 
any existing and damaged build- 
ings, scouting out new areas of 
land, mining and destroying the 
opposing forces. 

Dune 2 is one of those garnes 
that grows on you, if you stick at it. 
There's plenty of depth and chal- 
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Maelstrom isn't the sort of game that requires 
state-of-tJie-^rt graphics arsd most of the time the 
strEcn is full of words and figures for you to inter- 
pret to decide what you're going to do rsexl. 

The only section where you get lots of visuals is 
when yO'U'fe talking to various people through 
the Televid screen. This is used for contact with all 
the Important people in the galaxy, including 
your cabinet on Harmony, In addition to talking 
to these f>eople, you can also view their peirsonal 
files for background inform.3tion. 

I suppose the only section of graphics worth 
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when an event occurs and you get a short anima- 
tion. The sector map gives you a comprehensive 
representation of the entire gaiajty, all presented 
inside 3 3D grid. 

It's handy for finding those planets, but 
once you've found (hem there isn't a lot more 
the map feature can do, so it seems that this is 
quite a superficial addition that realty isn't 
necessary. 

The animations are quite nice, but they're defi- 
nitely not integral to the gameplay and seem to 
have been put in Maelstrom so that you forget 
about all the other "basic" graphics. 




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Maelstrom is an incredibly in-depth strategy 
ganfie and one which seems to have more bad 
points than good. For Instance, because it is so 
Open-ended you don't actually have much 
Idea of what you must do. 

When things like battles and the event ani- 
mations do start to happen it does get slightly 
more interesting, but these events won't hold 
your attention for long. The game is suppos- 
edly very realistic in terms of interaction 
between people and factors, but total realism 
isn't always a good thing in computer games. 

If you are a fan of this genre then you will 
definitely need a hard drive unless you've got 
the patience of a saint. It all comes on six disks 
and has loads of annoying swaps which con- 
stantly interrupt the game. 

For a product that has taken two years to 
develop, I expected to get a lot more. 
Maelstrom is just so in-depth thst it actually 
makes playing the game not very escitingj not 
vefy entertaining and not much fun. 

If you're looking for a decent strategy 
game then take a look at the excellent K240 
or Dune 2, but I would only recommend 
Maelstrom to the die-hard strategy fan. 



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H J eep in de^'fte^t Darby a sets of brains are ticking 
^^ J dway. They are thinking thoughts about mass 
destruction and big guns. The brains in question 
belong to posse of gams developers, and they might all have 
psychopathic tendencies but as far as game design goes this 
is not such a had thing. 

Cutesy, f Huffy and cuddly game characters are out - this fs 
1994 and gun-toting, hyper-hi-tech, E)tO'Skeletprt wearing, 
morbid mercenaries are in. The game developers I'm talking 
abcjut all work for Core Desigri and their latest project is 
Skeleton Krew - a hiastfest from hell- 
Core's blast-'em-up is a story about ?ome awfut cryogenic 
mutations known as Psykogenix who have overrun an entire 
city while under the command of an evil e](-moriicsan and 
erjtwhiie cryogenics experimenter called Moribund Kadaver. 
News that Moribund has created s terrible Psyko Machine 
reaches the headquarters d the Military Assert a inment 
Departmenl. In desperation, the MAD call upon the services 
of a team of morbid mercenaries called the Skeleton Krew. 

You can choose from three characters, Spine, Joint and 
Rib, with the fourth member of the Krew, Skulker the opera- 
tions vehicle, appearing in a computer-controlled advisory 
capacity during between-ilevel scene-setting sequences, 

The action takes place in an eight-way scrolling rsoTnetric 
environment, with the main on-screen characters split into 
upper and lower sprites, thus allowing them eight-way direc- 
tional movement and an eight-way field of fine. 

System talked to three of the development "krew" to get 
the low-down on what looks like becoming one of the great- 
est 3D isometric games ever to appear the Amiga, 



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started work at Core Design? 

Q I JQineHiJ Rare Ltd {b. company bet- 
ter known ai Ultimate Play The 
Game, cre^atoifi of Knightlore and 
Ufiderwuflde) in TwycroBi in the SOs, 
■fjrst ai a graphic artist and then ai 
their creative designer - putting 
together storyboards for a varfety of 
games on the Nintendo 
Entertainment SjfStem. Tfte most SLtC' 
cessful of the^e (in the US. at lesst) 
waf Battietoads. 

Wi How did you come itp with 
the idea for Skeleton Krenai? 

Chris Long, the Mega Drive pro- 
grammer, had the idea of doing s 



two-player, ^D isometric ihoot-'em- 
up. 1^ then got together with James 
Ryman and wb came up with the idea 
of the '<rew, a bunch of psychotic 
antt-heroes with sexy exo-skeletons 
and btg guns, battlirg agaiinst evil ex- 
mortician and cryogenic experi- 
menter Moribund Kadaver - and his 
army orf deadly Psykogenix - across six 
levels of morbid mayhem! 

iS Three-dimensional f some trie 
shoot-'em-ups are few and 
far between in the Amiga 
games world. Why did you choose 
to use 3D over the stvnd^rd 2D 
view? 

Mainly because of the fact that 3D 

isometric shoot-'em-ups are a rare 



beast on any games pJatforrr, We 

just thought it would be great to 
have a 3D environment to blast 
about in. 

I personally get more out of play- 
ing i garfke where you've got 3D 
depth and more freedom of move- 
ment rather than moving in a single, 
sideways directiion through a flat 2D 
environment, 

M What makes Skeleton Krew 
different from every other blast- 
'em-up? Are there any unique 
features? 

Q Weil, it's got a 3D isometric view- 
point for starters I Mix that wrth the 
best graphics and animation you're 
likely to see this year, the best char- 



acteri, the biggest and best explo- 
sions, more gore than a gorefest, a 

stompin' soundtrack, more action 
than a Steven Seagat movie, lastabil- 
ity, playabifity and blastability - we 
think we've got a shoot-'em-up 
that'll put all others to shame. 

3 Skeleton Krew is a major 
league blast''em-up, but just how 
much violence is in the game? 

H Violence? Loadsaviolence. So 
much, in fact, that you'll have to 
keep telling yourself "it's only a 
game", but that's what it is- a game. 
This is cartoon violence we're talking 
about here. It isn't real. Nobody 
really gets hurt. Only pixels and they 
don't feel a thing. 





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3 What did you do before yov started work 
»t Core Design? 

Bl Life before Core was spervt producing rave fjy- 
ers for a venue in Mansfield - a far cry from pro- 
gramming, For eight years before I came to Core, 
programming was a major hobby, though. 

Si Skeleton Krew wilt only appear on tiie 
A 1200 tnd CD32^ Why isn't there going to be 
a ASQQISOO version? 

When, we first started this project, the A5Mi/6O0 
was thought to be tcHJ l>imited for what we wanted 
to produce irt Speed, colours and so on. However, 
we haven't completely written-off an A500/6DO 
scaled-down version of the game 

8t Whitt "^maiing" features can the 
A12(K}^CD32 owner eicpect to see? 

SI Well, it'SI be fast and the sprites will be much 
larger than most people are used to. Joint, for 
example, is 58 pixels wide and 43 pixels high - and 
that's big! There'll also be 2,00(> colours on-screen 
at any one time and a full-screen isometric view- 
point. 





3S What do you ttiink o1 the n«w CD-based 
technologv^ 

SI I think it's a verv good for what it is - a huge 
storage nrtediym and high-quality music system, (ts 
full potential as a games medium is really up to 

indiviidual game designers. 

IS This is apparently your first rtntjor games 
programming job. How are you finding things 
in the big scary world of game making? 

iHvery down-to-earth. It's reatly not what most 
people Imagine - nobody gets rich overnight, for 
ejtample, and most people don't drive expensive 



sports cars. But money isn't everything and 
the work is very satisfying - when things go 

rightsi 

S The sprites m Skeleton Krew are a bit 
on the large siie. What are the advantages 
and disadvantages of u^ing such big 
sprites^ 

E3 The main advantage is that bigger sprites 
make it easier for the player to see what's hap- 
pening and it's more fun to take control of a 
big character than a tiny little thing. The disad- 
vantage is that there's a difficulty in keeping 
the speed up. 

''M Apparently the game's charactefi can 
rotate their bodies a full SCO degrees, 
allowing them to fire in one direction 
while walking in another. How difficult 
was it to implement this control method? 

El This was one of the most difficult phases of 

the pr-dject. There are over 120 frames to Joint 
alone, all sequenced according to several 
factors, including direction and whether he 
is shooting or jumping. The control will have 
to be customisable, ie a one button 
controller and keyboard or a multi-button 
controller. 



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P^«ebetJoii Deiigner 



lis What did yau do btfvre you started work At Core OiSlgn? 

ra Like Guy, I'm a Rare escapee. Jeremy Smith tCore Design's MD) made us 
an offer we touldn't refuse. I'fti glad I accepted, Core's a great truly ere- 
atiive company to work for. Unlike some others I could name, 

Kj How did yau come up with tfw idea for Sk^i^ton Knw? 

BGuy and myself got together and used oar warped minds to inwent a 

warped world filled with warped characters to give warped thrills to 
warped people like u&, 

H Explain the processes involved in designing a gAtne, frwn i*o>- 
ph skttthes to finished product 

HThe first thing to do is get the initial idea. In this case, Chris Long 

decided it would be great to do a two-player, 3D isometric shoot-'em-up. 
Then Guy and i fleshed oul the concept and stoivline, while Jason Gctsling 
and Chri$ worked on the initial code. 

Meanwhile, I'm sketcNog like craiy, wasting loads of trees on game 
ideas and character designs, while Guy works up the storyboard/game 
deiigrVmap designs for presentation to the pKjwers that be. This gets the 
go-ahead and it's game on... 

Mas a nite most shoot- 'eiu-ups slawty become tediovs. Mow mif 
ymi soive tfijs problem with Skeieton Krewt 

Wl By the inclusion of secret rooms, power- ups. traps and the like, and^a 
very basic strategy/puzzle element throughout the game - basic as in 
shooting one thing to make another thing appear and then shooting at 
that. 

a You're rest>onsible for drawing graphics for the M#ga Drive •w^ 
siofi. How are you fmding it warkitfg in a 3D isometric view7 

fS. M^ true role is as production designer, which means that 1 am responsi- 
ble for the graphical look and feel, character designs and atmosphere in 
all versions (A12(H), CD32 and Mega Drive) of the game. 

Three-dimensional work has its own problems, but then so do other 
types of game- Hey, I'm a professional, I can overcome any problem! 



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There hasn't been a really good 3D isometric adventure on the 
Amiga siince the Bitmap Brothers released Cadaver, so I think it's 
about, time for another. In Core Design's forthcoming role player, you 
play the role of Ebryn, the son of an ESven king known as Gildorn. 

For many years the villagers of Darkmere were terrorised by the 
mighty dragon, Enywas. The Elven Council refused to help the vil- 
lagers with their fire-breathing predicament, but Gildorn couldn't 
condone this form of non-action, and with sword and a scrying crys- 
tal in hand he set off to slay the dragon. 

The battle was long and hard, but Gildorn succeeded. Years laiter 
when he was old and weak, his son Ebryn had become a brave 
fighter. But due to neglect and disinterest, the land was once more 

becoming a magnet for evil. 

Then one day, the skies 

grew dark and the wrath of 

the demons was cait down upon 

the village. Ebryn was given his 

tather's sword, the one with 

which he had slain the mighty 

dragon. 

As heir to the throne, it 

was Ebryn's quest to uncover 

the mysterious curse of 

Dark mere and avenge the people of the village - but this time for 

ever. 

Darkmere promises to be a true role-playing game with an interac- 
tive style of play. Graphics-wise it's by far the best iooking adventure 
that I've ever clapped eyes on. 

There will be animated backgrounds on each of the 600 screens, 
plus eKceptional graphics and animations IrKluding on-screen com- 
bat. 

Darkmere features three massive levels, each with over 150 iso- 
metric 3D locations. Atmosphere is provided by over lOOk of sampled 
sound in each level. 

l-f what System has seen so far is anything to go by, Darkmere 
could well be challenging for our adventure game of the year.. 

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As i PRixture between a blast-'em-up flnd a gravity-'em-up (let's call it a bias- 
tivity-'efTi-up for the sake of argument), the aim of Fly Harder is to find and col- 
lect energy spheres and drop them onrtO' reactori. 

The gravity element provides the difficulty here, and you're going to 
have to be pretty quick with the controls to manipulate your spaceship 
close to the spheres and then guide the spheres to the reactor. Having 
dropped all' of the spheres onto the reactor, you progress to the next 
level, The story behind Fly Harder is that you are on an interstellar spate- 
ship heading towards the planet Zarkow when you are informed that the 
Targoid insect people have installed powerful reactors in the planet's cavern 
system - reactors which will drain the planet's energy supplies and raw materials. 

This is where your help is needed. As one of the ship's finest pilots you are 
sent to try and save the planet- And as if life wasn't difficult enough, the 
T^rgoids have invented a complex security system which you wiJI need: to gei 
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Building railways is a highly unusual concept for a compurter game and not sur- 
prisingly it may raise an eyebrow or two. However, MicroProse have taken a 
potentially dull subject and released an ortginal and fun simutation in Railroad 
Tycoon. 

Brought to you by the author behind many a good strartegy game such as the 
we!l renowned Civilization, Sid Meier aims to capture in Railroad the essence of 
building an empire. 

As an entrepreneur in the TSOOs, you need to develop your empire by build- 
ing railways. Although this sounds relatively easy, you're not the only one who 
sees opportunities for weafth in the railway industry. You will need to develop 
a competent strategy to see off your rivals. 

To start the game you choose which one of the four countries you wish play 
in, each one having its own significant place in railway history, and its own 
economy. 

For example, play in England around 1828 and you will need to consider that 
cotton used in the mills around Manchester needs to he transported from the 
harbours of Liverpool. 

You have to keep a close eye on your funds; careful handiing of limited 
finances is essential, so you'll find yourseif having to decide between buying 
more trains or adding more facilities or stock purchasesv for instance. 

Decisions as to where to lay track, what types of train to use and when to 
schediJle them lie in your hands, Your ultimate aim is to build the most prof- 
itable railway so you can retire to a pre^igiouJ position. 

This is a very original game and dam good fun to booti Definitely worth a 
look at this budget price. 






game can be 5et. Degrees of Targoid aggression can be altered, as can the 
amount of gravity that affects you, so the game is accessible to the novice player 
while retaining a fair amount of longevity, even for the expert. The password 
system is heSpfui, as even though the game becomes highly addictive, it would be 
extremeiy annoying starting from the beginning every time - especially as 
the life meter isn't exactly over-generous, 

Visually, Fly Harder is impressive, Backdrops are clear and detailed and 

give a feeling of depth and reaiism. The game clearly benefits from the 

CD's quick loading abilities and enhanced sound, too, with smooth 

scrolling making for great playability, and the sound effects adding 

much atmosphere. 

Fly Harder is a good example of the direction in which the CD game 
should be going in terms of gameplay and scrolling, but does not rea!ly show off 
the machine to its full potential, probably because it is merely a port-over. 

But it is a highly playable and addictive game. Although a relatively unusual 
title, it can be iikened somewhat to Ttirust, It's rather difficult to get the hang of 
at first, but will keep you gtued to your screen for a good while. 



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an busn imtBw m IhWiiiii tnacliK to tte Cpiwinwiiire 



nrsions of Tf X. Simon Oavs talis a peek behind the 



Itanoar door with DIO's chief hniip oilier, ChartlB Wallace 



Lttniing at nfglit wHJ /lequJme your Jli syilSim 



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^k J pgjtal Image Design h^v? teamed up with 

" J Ocean Software on numerous octasionj. Epic, 
F-29 Relaiiator and RoboCop 3 being the mcst 
infamous. Unfortunately, ftoboCop 3 asidCr these 
previous efforts have aehiieved notoriety for the 
wrong reasons. While most would lna»^e to admit that 
they were alt tremendously ambitrous projects, they 
irt*ere let d-ov^n by rushed schedulei and poor bug 
testing. 

But, these initial hiccups did not dampen the ent+iu 
siasm of DID, who rather Ihan eonsoiidating their 
iosseiv have set about proving themselves to any doubt- 
ing Thomases. 

Ever iince its inception some 18 months ago, TFX 
(Tactical Fighter EKperiment} ha J attracted a great deal 
of attention. It? formal unveiling tame at last 
September's European Coimput^r Trade Sho'iAr, where it 
completely stole the lifnelight and' left the crowd 
gobsrnacked. 

It was nel eased to rave reviews on the PC and has to 
date sold 70,0(H3 copies. Meanwhile, back in Runcorn, 
the Amiga version ij busily being polished pending iti 



imminent release. Although TFX wa? released on the 
PC first, what most people will be unaware of is that 
the majority of the development was done on the 
Amiga. 

However, creating TFX on Commodore machines 
didn't come problem free, as lead programmer Charlie 
Wall is explained: 

"Using the A4Q0D was great, but the main problem 
we four^d was the lack of quality development joft- 
ware. The only way around this situation was to devise 
our own compjlers, and code around them," 

UVISH 

This wasn't the only problem Charlie faced though. 
TFX is an absolutely huge title, and the PC version is 
bathed iavisl^ily in ground and structure detail. 

The A1(200, with its 2Mb of RAM, struggles to han- 
dle this quantity of detail, and is left feeling rather 
insignificant in comparison to the processing power of 
a modern PC. 

However, Charlie is quite confident that the A12O0 
version, will have everything that its PC counterpart 



boasts: "It'll have the same amount of colour, same 
detail, but you'll be able to turn the detail up ana 
down, depending which machine you're using. 

"It'll be a little slower on the A1200. but the A4CHXi 
should be capable of moving polygons very quickly." 

While the A1200 version should appear on about ten 
disks and sounds a likely candidate for the hard drive 
Charlie has tried to prioritise the disks for ease of 
access. 

"TFX is huge, in fact the PC version boasts 13Mb of 
information, so to make disk accessing easier on the 
Amiga, we separated all the campaign disks and priori- 
tised them alil to the relevant regions.'" 

One machine that won't have to worry too much 
about disks is Commodore's console the CD32. Charlie 
confirmed that a compact disc version is wefl under 
way: 

"The CD32 version will have absolutely everything, in 
fact it'll probably boast mc}re features than the PC ver- 
sion. The CD32 has the planar chip, so we can apply ten- 
ture to polygons and hopefully move them faster." 

The action in TFX centres around a UN aerial peace 



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keeping fofce. As a UnSte'd Nations pilot, your career 
.vill throvv yOM into five of the most volatile ftaihpoilnts 
n the modern world. These hotbed? itretth from 
Colginbi^ and iti infamous drug bardni, through to 
Samalia, where famine \i rife because of General 
Mohammed Aidleed and the Othef viiiarlords, You can 
also attempt to keep the pea« in war zones like Libya 
and Yugoslavia, where the Serbs, Croats and Muslims 
continue to wage war. 

TFX will be no different to msny of the modern com- 
bat siitiulatofs in the respect that it'll feature a cam- 
paign option. This will consist of the same mission 
>tTudijre as many modern simulator players are familiar 
with. Air Superiority, Interception, Anti-Armour, Close 
Air Support, Interdiction, Defence Suppression and 
Maritime. 

MISSIONS 

Howewer, if none of these are to your liking, then 

the game will als.o feature a mission creator, so you can 
define your own. 

To assist you in the mission create option, OICl have 
implemented satellite imagery. This has meant that the 
team have had to accurately map the majority of the 
earth's surfaces, including most of her key rivers, valleys 
and mountain ranges. 

DID claim that they've developed an incredibly sim- 
pJe but extremely realistic system. Feedback from PC 
users seems to suggest that the Runcorn developers ^re 
to be believed- 

TFX will sho boast a whole range of external camera 



views and zoom facilities, and even on-board missile 
cameras. However, one of the most innovative features 
DID have thrown in h the virtual ftight option. Viewing 
a bitmapped cockpit and pilot perspeaive, the plane 
will behave exactly as in true flight. 

This means that as the plane rolls the player will see it 
sweep, but ttie pilot will remain stationary momentarily 
before falling in line with the rest of the cockpit This is 
an aspect seldom included in flight simulators, ibut one 
which pushes TFX a little closer to the real thing. 

TFX should also hoait some very realistic graphics. 



with yet more attention being paid to detail. 
For instance, when you strafe ground targets don't be 
surprised if tracer isn't whizzing over your shoulder, 
and if scree nshols are anything to go by, be prepared 
to wince as bitmapped AAA explodes around your 
cockpit. 

With the level of technical and graphical detail antic- 
ipated, if the Amiga versions come close to what K 
owners have been revelling in then DID will surely have 
put Commodore machines safely back into the simu- 
lated skyline. 




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TFX will feature three of the most advanced aircraft in the world, each of which will fly you into 
battle scenarios around the globe. 

Of the planes in service in TFX, only the Lockheed F-n7A Stealth Fighter has yet seen the 
light of day. The Eurofighter 20O0 is still under test and the Lockheed F-22 will probably get no 
further than the prototype stage. 

Although TFX will cater for the arcade end of the simulator market, the team: have gone to 
great lengths to create accuracy, as Shaun Hollywood explains: 

"Initially we went through iane's [techie de'fence industry publication - Ed] to find out the 
specifications of the planes. This wasn't that easy because some of the jets we're using haven't 
been declassified yet." 

After this stage, DID enlisted a real pilot to help with the flight models, and to ensure that 
the flight envelope was accurate, Combat routines were coded frorn real footage so the team 
cou Id be suf e that t he enemy pla nes would react cor rectly to you r massi I es. 

In an effort to recreate technical realities, the firm looked further afield and recruited an 
ejrtra dimension of knowledge, Charlie Wallace eoligfitened further: 

"We had a professor from <3lasgow University aerospace department, and an aeronautical 
engineer from Princetown..." 



iupporfintf a tiensules, tfte Euni%hf«ir' wa+rhej as it ^rops itf fiaylaaii 



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nie Beaefsctor is 3S agife as 
earned from Flashback " twrw 
he swings like a monk^j/ to 
avoi<jl pnir at tht man 
ierotious crvj tures sea ttered 
throughBut tint gMim 







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system 




lemnings meets RailAack in 



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ibires of Sweden. Adam PhJHiiis 



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I I ^1 plei of their genre - both boast pi^li^h^fl qrsph- 
U^B ia $nd, nfiore importantly, ^xcell^nt and 
addictive gameplay. 

Enter Psygnosis and the pfogramming skills of 
Sweden'4 Digital Illusions with s hybrid of tine two 
games thai looks set to be just as playable and 
thought-provoking, 

The Benetactor of the title is actually 3 young hero 
type called Ben Bright, Very much like the one-man 
equivalent of the A Team, he regularly refuses payrnent 
for any help he may give because he gets so much job 
satisf action from usi-ng his courage, iki'l! and brains to 
outwit the enemy. 

There are also newer any weapons or killing involved 
- he knows he's better than anyone and wins every 
time. So. when he receives a di^stress cafi that reads 
'Merry Men imprisoned... Rainbow Machine captured,,. 
Planet doomed,,, need help", the Benefactor wastes no 
time and heads off to their rescue, 

The first thing that strikes the player on booting up 
the three-level demo is the siie of the game graphics; 



presented as a platformer 
I with classy graphics, the size 

^^ of the main character is 

^^■^B small, very small. 

■ V I Everything in fact is 

^^0r miniaturised to show you a 

^^^H large section of the level 

^ you're playing on and, like 

O Lemmings, this adds to the 

gameplay rather than 
detracting from it- Cute 
< could be a word to describe 

it especially with the Merry 
IVPen - furry Lemming-like 
^^^H ■ creatures, 

OThe actual gameplay is a 
mi)f of piatforming skills and 
problem-solving logic. In 
^^ true Flashback style, Bright 

^^^7 leaps, cJimbs ledges, rolls 

^^^P along the ground and gen- 

^^^^ erally looks athletic and 

heroic. 
After stepping out of the 
— ' teleporter, the player guides 
this thumb-sized gymnast 
round the landscapes with 
the sole intention of unlock- 
ing the Merry Men from 
their celis. Then with them in tow, the Benefactor must 
return to the teleporter so that they can be whisked 
away to safety. 

This bask design is enhanced and added to with the 
various challenging and varying pussies met along the 
way. How can I leap that gap to flick a switch that will 
then create a piatform for my rescued Merry Man to 
leap across onto and reach the teleporter? This ques- 
tion and many others need ansvi^ering to ensure success 
within the game. 

Fortunately, to save one's Sanity, these imprisoned 
folk are not completely useless fiike the Lemmings - if 
they come to the edge of something dangerous, they'll 
stop or try and teap across. 

They can also help by beirvg picked up and hurripd 
along or, in the morE? amusing cases, given a swift kick 
up the backside and sent up into the air to reach a pre- 
viously unobtainable platform. 

From the demo, this co-operation is one the game's 
strongest points as a feeling of teamwork sni co-ordi- 
nation comes strongly into play. 

There are some iO levels to run. leap and plot your 
way through, Thes« include six different types of ter- 
rain incSuding Caves and Egypt to future and BlizEard, 
Add to this several notorious pets of the invaders, 
Minniatians, who have been placed throughout the 
game to guard the Merry Men. Judging solely from the 




Slide down mr** tu rw»eh 
previouily unahtMinatt!* pftttorms 

first three missions, the Benefactor is one tough 
challenge and highly addictive to boot - this is looking 
like the next arcade puzzler to make teenagers and 
middle aged folk alike forget their respective genera- 
tion gaps and try and help those Merry Men to get 
their planet back. 



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' WK smpty rtte best l-oofbnil mqiw^MMnf gmm to yair fompufer, 
We have Mived ihoyMitdi of iotisliad custnmers dunng our i ywiFS of 
iiuding. Over ] D.IMN} imoii hours (durhg 5 yieais) Inb Imbr detfkDfed fo 
liie pradwlwii of ihis ™5timtli|f improving goma. ff is ona oJ Ifie most 
ianiislK oftd QCturnre repfcsmtntigns of Q proiassitwHl! foDlbnll mojtogers 
Annual ddlsnga ta Incfeilly cut wft and (onquef every opponenL 
Wotragers : 1 ro 4 Human fiteyefi, Votings, Pepftmiawe itfflKtics,, sod 
ond offerj, 3 Difficulty lewis. Manager of Itie moflld ftiid SMSon 
dwmisd, PmI5, Pitt dry tiewit m ony diwsion to begin witfi. 
l«i(j!r« £ Cup : ?imm 21 Um% Division 1 ,3 E 3 hflv? 24 rooms, 
Pfay-oflj, Tables. 7 Cuj) compeHtians with prerlse rules (2 Itgs, extra 
' lime, away gool nile, seeded drtws, Europeon Cup iabl<s, 5 stihs, 
non'doffleitit ployef restiidions ere), fimilisi route (a gbr^. 
Gomei : Yearly fixJute/prcKiMft (isi, Weet fi!{tures/result5., ^m\1i from 
pfsviaus meeling wilh opposiHit (goes hack up to 6 seasofis). 

EASY 10 PUV Anirrigfed ^^.^,, loyslick, or Moifse. 



PItiyws : Bfflll lifB sldtBtks reflerting ifw start of 93/94 season wirii 
real posilwns, height, oge. Live tiunif«i nKi(k*t, Condocf & woge 
nogoiitrtions, PrefErred foof (leff/righf/batlt), Lnons, Injuries, Iroining, 
Spctjol rdents, fraineei, (joolkeeper^ (separare skill cflt'egories), 
Defendeij, Midfielders, hmkm S Utility, Reiirements, foreign 
tmnsfw, llnlwppy players, lap 1 Hat Jwts. 
Teoni : Irairiiiig, lottks {B different sJyIes}, Aggression, Formaliflfl 
altews specific pkryer Idd settings (kff winger. Sweeper et(,), 
CfiA : SpansQfifiip, tound improveinenrs, View opponenr, FimmtM 
Ihe tetdi : Keal lim* stdfafKHiiil leptirtng goals i injiiies yHlbuv/red 
conk, Sound elfatts, Inlen^ons permitted at any time to 
dtooge todies, f ormoriofii md nwke subs. Physical grophnol penalty 
porkipflhon (ojntionoli, Over SO different refweei. 
Olfwf : Fflst lood/sme. Printer access, ?0 Ophons la sel rarious 
game prefereiices, liBtwtiDn book. Easy la piny, feduiicnl suppoft. 
Plus : Over 1 00 other melituloin refinEmenls impcKSiMe fo list fifirt. 
Editor . Allows you to amend vsnous ilems in saved gomes. £ 1 Hirtra 
1X3 Scotiish : Dedicated imon defoils availabfe upon re<i!vest. 




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This is a purely mono^efial cricket munagef geme tttotawKenttates on 
slrntegy and indurJft plenty of relerant stotisfics- The gnme hos been 
designed and dsvelaped by □ Inje fan oif itie sport. J( replicoties eveiylJiing 
rhat a real manager hos ta wntend witli mi it's a lalcly ump 
producrian tfiot onyooe with an intefest in Cricket should «Jt|MnefH:e. 
A summary of tfie nwin features is shewn below:- 

• AKA EOUIIY S Wyv la leogue counr,' reams, SO awn per gome, 

• 4 Cup camjietitions incJuding Benson £ Hedges, Nat West. 

• 20 different match umpjres with accurate names and strfctness. 

• Accurate player derails Surname, height and age. 

• 27 different player Attributes. Wost skils how o direct impacf on (he 
-rectivenass of each indivNiinIs aclioiii dukig a simulotd match, 

• tasy player selecfion. fi\ game tajcl is clearfy presented. 

■ Barring ond howling averages, lop ixTfting and howling tables. 

• 3 Differenl hoining intensitiei to i»osr barfing, bowling of fieiding, 

■ Waothef, prtdi awl light offett moke an impact on groarc (j^iidiliott. 




STABLE 
MASTERS 



m pme has been designed ta >s a: (fuse to real racing as possfiJe, 
Five yaurs al development by a clever mi^ expert Iws led to the 
sscofld revTsJon af this flot Horse Raciog Sirnufcition, 
Uj) to 'I players con parhcipate as Owner Irainefi with (ha prionaiy 
ofejectroe of ii«OflWDg fhe top rated trainer, in respect (rf fmie monc'y 
won, (ft tfie efld of m.\\ rocing season 'Starch ro fJovember). Fnere 
ore up fD 3S olber InteHigenlty coflttolled computer trainers la campet. 
against and wmpore yotn persofloi peffoimnnce, 
la achieve Ihis aim yotr i»Mf (fiaover a potentiol chompiofl and train 
diefn so tlwr diey btmm capoble of compering well and winning any 
of the 47 big priie money sKti (Hondifop and Gioiip). eg. The Oerby 
lo giw yoci on ideo of rhe tooN pfo^ided in 1*ns game fo assist you 
reoching your afajettiire we hove listed the mam fearures below.- 

• 2 50 horses e«h with over 60 independent vorinbles. 

• U different rote taiiMS (2 all wetftfter), reol life choroftwiitics 
mHTonng the diversity of rocecourses in Ibe IK vdescriplJOdS jifavided). 




• Full match highlights let yw 
watch Ihe uciioir Ml by boll wHi 
M graphics and/ar realistic 
Sampled swnd effect fM 
sigfiificont evflftfs {Fours, Umpire 
decisions, «tc.). Interventions are 
pennirted of any Hme to change batting inctics or fielding plodngs. 

• 3 Eatling/eowiling classrficohans (Kornial, fttlBd and fefend). 

• Clwice of 1 S different field pJocings. 

• Full sforeeod reaiits with best hotliiig and bowling figures. 

■ Other staff (Physio, Groundkeeper, Scout) can he hiied ond fired , 

• Annual leogue fixtures listing. Current week and last leogue results, 

• Viev^ current tup tompetilion diaws and historic jeoords, 

• Reol lim* transfer market, Pkr^ cofltroct «id v^oge negoftobons. 

• Sponsors, Piiirter ocfess, f irfflices. Poor ground fines, Wflnager rnHng 

■ IS Options to alter game preferences, Ltwd/Sove game. 

• Instrortion hook wirii plenty of ejtamples. 

• Plus niuriy more fine detads ttiar we are unable to iisr here. 



• 20 Jockeys who vary in abiSiy and booking lees, Orfe I Feedback. 

• Fonnbcioi! and Win Summary Cods cover the previous 200 foces, 

• Animoted race drsplay or just the result. View Oecloiotron List hjr races, 

• Very iniomiatwe report by fiead stthla M. lipsters. Bookmokers 

• Rncecurds simifor to rocing press. Red life. iHancficops E. fete lypes. 

• Viruses, injuries & !/et$. Lood/Sove gome, Many other items included. 
Version 1 is available upon request {Simple irainirtg fi tiettiig) @ £1 5, 




Open Nafiofl':; .'ulWl Organi 

by RocecaB, regulated by die lata, tbij program achiBved" 
joint second. Ibis led fo o serious approach hom a well 
notional took njoker. fiejected m fwou' of supparting (fie publi 
Winnings Storisrics : 104 wins out of 1 66, as from 2/fi to l/?/?3. 
F:.'-!'.:':; This m^m tefc you emoctiy vvhai la do. You ore NOl 
permitted tcj amend our system uriike so many other simdar programs. 
Haw confident con you be in sotnething ihot invites omendments! 
!<ssecirch I DeffllopmBur , Ihree yeors fdl lirne race onafyjis ond 
e,i(pflfin»ntotion to rEfine and test th* pdedkhon sysrem, 
nwfe Knowtedge : J^enty of unique hints from contorts in ihe kn«>w. 
bsei Fneftdly ; flo rocing knowledge required, eosy to use, tutorial booli. 
f ttriitred Sflies : As soon as our pmgroms predictions have n prolific 
impnd on the beting odds we wll stop occeptinfl new buyers. 
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been coflipferely wriHan by a trnditiennl fnn You ron pliysirolly 
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3nd type BUMBLEBEE. 
Stdft the game as nor- 
mal, No'iAT you can jkip 
levels $t vvill iimply by 
presing Return. 



right, Vou vvill find a Barbarian. Talk to Inini and 
"Wiat's the problem?" and then help him. He will gi 
you s whj^ile. Walking right you will come to fOiit 
paths. Take the first fight to find Bard playing musit- 

When you have talked Simon will head back to tht 
four paths. Use the top right path to find a hole. Look 
at the sign and talk to the hole. Doctor Von Jorres wl 
dniwer. Walk right to the centre of the torest and h.-- 
up your nearest stairs, You will find some doors, On - 
^loor issorne paper; pick it up and look at It, 

Go back to the centre of the forest and try to go in' . 
the Dwarf mine. To do so you will need a be^rd, Lqc' 
at the rock and pick it up. Using the map, go back :: 
the village. Go into the shop and give the shopkeept- 
the Jhop-ping list. 

Now go rigiit to the pub and ask the barman far ; 
drink and while he is busy use the scissor; on the dwar- 
Use the map to go back to the centre of the forest. 

Wear the beard outside the dwarf mine and use :■ 
password "beer" to go in. Talk to everyone and 'J 



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nee inside the cottage read Caiypso's note. 
Examine everything and on opening the 
drawer you will firtd a pair of scissors, take 
them. Look on the fridge and take the magnet. 

Going outside, make towards the compost heap 
behind the tottage. Go back towards the front of the 
cottage and head right. You'll find yourself at the 
Blacksmiths, 3^ear the barrel yoLJ will see a rope; take it. 

Pick up the clapper off the table. Now head right, 
where you will see a dodgy geezer, but don't talk to 
him yet. Go left towards a cottage and pick up the lad- 
der. Go into the cottage. At the top of the stairs you 
can collect a specimen jar 

On your way out of the cottage, pick up the cold 
remedy found near the door. Once outside head left 
towards the cottage with the bees outside. Remember 
to examine evefything. Now go back towards the 
dodgy geezer, Walk right to the shop aod have a look 
inside 

Now go left to the Drunken Druid and go inside. It is 
important to look at everything and speak to everyone. 
On looking at the fruit machine you will discover some 
matches which you'll need to take. 

Speak to the wizards which can be found by walking 



right. To find out your quest teU them: "You'll do any- 
thing to be a. wizard," Walk left and talk to the barman 
aod watch his actions when you ask for a drink. Now go 
outside arvd head left to go out of the village. 

Walking right you will find three paths; take the bot- 
tom right path to the fallen tree stump, Try to go 
down, the tree stump will talk to you, try to go down 
again and you will find yourself talking to Woodworm, 

Walk down and W3lk left to the witch's cottage. 
Look at the well and move the handle. Pick up the 
bucket of water. Go inside the cottage and take the 
broom. 

If the witch should throw 
you out, go back inside and 
she'll challenge you to a 
fight. Walk right to go back 
towards the tree stump. 
Continue right until you 
reach the Troll, Ask him if 
you can cross the bridge. 
Talk to the goat and then 
go b^Ck left until you are at 
the three paths again. Now 
take the middle path to the 




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down into the ceNaf to find the drunken dwarfs, 
EKamine everything. 

Go back outside and remember to remove your 
beard. Walk right untii ^ou find the W/oondcutter, Talk 
to him and take the metaf deterttsr he offerj /ou. 

Walk right to the Gorge, now go right, thin left, ieft 
back to the centre of the forest. Go up the Steps, to the 
right and go Into the cave entrance, Walk right until 
you see a door; open it, 

Go iriside and talk to the character, fonsume the flr^ 
bowl of stew, Ask him for another bowlful. Use the 
ip«irnen jar with the stew. Ask for another bowlful 
and consume the stew. When he ha^ gone, look at 
everything. Move the chest, open the trapdoor and go 
down the ladder. Walk right and go back up the ladder 
Leave the house. 

Walk right and use your metal detector. Carry on 
fight until you cOme across the giant, talk to him. Now 
use the map to get to the Troll bridge, tell the Troil that 
you'll get him some Goat. 

Pick up the placard and walk right to the three 
paths. Take the bottom right path and continue right 
untii you meet a crossroads. Go right and use the bot- 
tom path. You wiil come across a^ bell, us« the clapper 
with this bell and move the bell. Now use the hair to 



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If you should have a player 
sent off, simply bring on a substitute by pressing 
the substitution key. When on the team selection 
screen, click on the name of the player who has just 
been sent off. Then click on the substitute you want 
to bring on and return to the game. Therefore 
nobody is actuaily taken off. 



clirnb Jjp the tower where you will meet Repulser. Tell 
her you have come to rescue her and kiss her. Pick up 
Repulser and agai/i use the hair to climb dowr^. 

Walk left to the crossroads and take the top path. 
You will see some vines; climb down them. You will 
meet the Goium who you can give the stew to. 

After using the map to take you iiack to the village, 
go through the Arch. On the left you wiif see the 
dodgy geezer who will talk to you. You should look at 
what he has, but tell him you're not ir^terest^d. 

Go through the arch and left, back to the cottage 
with the bees outside. Use Repulser on the chocolate 
truffJe door. Go inside and look at everything. Pick up 





the hat and the smoke boj<. 

Outside again, make towards the beehive where 
should use the smokebox and then take the wax. 
Wow go into the pub and ask the barman for a 
drink. White he is busy, put 
the wax fnto the beer harcel lU^TCITI 

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Level 1 Landing Pad 1;09S654 


Level 1 Landing Pad 2; 736353 


Level t Landing Fad 3; Z43433 


Levei! UndingPad4:378S29 


Level 1 Landing Pad 5: OOOOOO 


^. Level 2 Civil »n Zone 2 ; 3 53323 
Level 3 Civilian Zone 2; 108383 


Level 4 Civilian Zone 3; 37010? 


Level 5 Civilian Zone 4: 982822 


Level 6 Security Passage; 847464 


Level 7 Science Zone 1 : 737373 


Level 8 Science Zone 2: 928 11 2 


Level 9 Science Zone 3: 287364 


Level 10 Science Zone 4: 193831 


Level 11 Security Passage: 090921 


Level 12 Military Zone 1; 309383 


Level 13 Military Zone 2: 101211 


Level 14 Military Zone 3: 103992 


Level 15 Military Zone 4: 99S1 12 


Level f6 Planet Surface: 125332 


Level 17 Underground Shaft: 091233 



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an the last issue we beg;3n our look at the main eJe- 
ments of ARexx inter-process communication. 
Continuing this overview, we will use a simple 
demonstrsition prcj^r^im [o .siiow how mfH;?iagts art 
received at ports, how they are decoded, and how' results 
are returned to the caller T^iien the messagje* are "replied" 
tix 

The demo prcigrain Ls not in C, Assembler, or Basic, btit 
in. AR(.'x»i itNL-lf. sti tJiat it can be understood by all readers; 
the principles irvoived can then be adapted to the pro- 
^i^ramming language of touf owti choice, 

Tlie slight Has towards C Ls due Co Ami^^ OS realities - 
the Kisic principles apply etimlly m any ]ang-uaji;t-' that 
lilkwN die uHc of Ajtii^^a .■thared libraries. 

.■Uitiost ail MUexx atlivitii' in die Amiga system shares a 
y.'ommon feature - the .sending of an ARew message 
loilk'd a RevxMsjj siructuret lo an Amij^a [K>n. and the pro- 
cessing of that message. 

Tit is applies not only when yoii are aaually sending 
comiiiands to ARcxs-fdrnpatilik.'- applications, Ixn also 
wlteit yoti launch an AResx pro^TJin, or perform any other 
ARctx system activity, eg open the trace console or launch 
^ fLinciion host. 

To build a prc»gram ^vith an AJiexi interface at the most 
tasic leii'el, all vtti have to do is to provide it with a pon 
;tnd J SL-t of meaningful commands that it can pitjcess and 
j,ct on. 

The strucnire of the messages, as well as the ports, is 
always the same, regardless of the actual operadons fhey 
lierfomn. !n this re-spetl. the ARtsx interface is r^thcT vm- 
distent and easy to prtfgram. The ditTerences lie in the con- 
tents of die messages, 

The structure of die RexxMsg was intioduceti in die last 
issue Since we can only the give the bmatlc^t descriptions 
Ik'nt.', you should also obtain w^me oiher fonrt of docu.trw.-n- 
taiion describing tlie system structures; if you have nothing 
L'Isc. the Commodore 'include" files contain all this 
infomiadon. 

Of the ] iS h]fiej« of the RessMsg , the stRicttia' in tht; 
ftr>:t ^0 bytes (nn_ntKlc) identifies it as a valid Amiga Exec 
message. The nest tivo fields are tour-bvie .\ii(iiga pointers 
i'AP"IT{>, Neither of thent concern us yet. 

The next foitr fields, nn^ftion, im.Resulll. rm_Resiilt2 
and rTti_Args, art; ptolwbly the mnn impt}nani itom the 
Ltmnnunications point of viei^'. 

The first three are of type LONG which .simply means 
four b>les each. The rm_At^ field has .sl*As for 16 pt.ijniei? 
to arings of characttT.s in mtmn^rj' that must end with a 00 






Simpler macros 

Our program combines a nutDber of tacliniques witn 
which we are already familiar, along with some new 
onas Hiat show how the message:^ are passed around. 
I must stress once again that it is simply a demo of a 
command host. 

It is unlikely that you would ever write an ARaxx pro- 
gram to return values as a commanti host, simply 
because you can get exacily the same etfect with a 
mtjch simpler macro. 

You would write iit as a command host in another 
language, though, so AFtexx is a convenient language- 
Independent presentation medium. Another reason is 
that tie functions of the rexxsupportJibrary (part of Ihe 
ARexx distribution) handle a lot of the drydge work 
involved in opening ports ans so on. 

For a beginner, this code would obscure the main 
point of what we are trying to do. Once you have 
understood the central issues you can take care of the 
details Involved yourself, or, even battar, t;se orte of 
the several PO utilities that simpdfy Al^exx intedace 
Creation (much like we are doing with 
rexxsupport, library here}. 

Therefore be sure that you have it instalietl with the 
ndib rexxsupport. library -30 csommand, preferably 
in your usor-startup. 



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bjle. This is a C convention. Each of these pointers is also 
fwir b>les long. In wrtain cases (when a message needs \i> 
return a tcrvtilt in a stringt nti^ResuliZ may c(.tnijm u pi.>lni- 
er to a string tSTRPTRl' instead ui a Itni^ value. 

The rm_Action field is the most important when we 
want to identil^- an incoming message. This will inform us 
what exactly the message is supposed to do. In otir simple 
cKumple today, wt take it for granted that any messages 
sent to our demo host will be commands, so we do not 
check for diis. 

In later versions we will use this field to check whether 

incominjj mesfiagies are commsinds iw funaioas. and also u> 

send sfiecial requests to ARexx itself. 

However, in addition to telling us about the Eiwsiiage, 

the rm^Action field also gives us some 

udditiontil Informiation through so-called 

riHHjifieT bits. 

In our example we check whether Iw 
17 of this field is set, which wcrtild indicate 
that a result is needed. ARexx sets this bit 
automatically on all outgoing commands if 
ihe OPTIONS RESULTS in.'^tnictinn is used 
in the program. The result is then be 
placed in the special ARe-xx variable 
RESULT, . 

So far this is all quite .straiglitfonvard, 
hut no^' we come to the one area that 
might cause some confusion initially. You 
probably already know that ARexx stringsi 
Ikivc some limits - for instance, diey m;iv 
not be more dian frik long. 

These limits are imposed because of 
certain properties that the strings need to 
fiave in order to be managed efftciently by 
.^Rl-xs. All ARu-nx Strings, inciujing those 
that are used as arguments or results in 
Mexx messages have a special smjctuie. 



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.iii«l (he fJexjiArg. Tliis is the second stnjcture you need t!) ha 

iW£in.> (]f when building AHexx interferes, 

Thf RfsrArig is composed of four fields ttrtalling eight b>tes 
Dntiiininjj Lrtfomliition abtnit its size aiid ixiier ARcwspecific 
•luff, foilowed by a varobk length buffer where tJie aaual string 
> stored, 

Yet when you look at the arguittrn sJfXjj in the RestMsg stnjc- 
ture. all you see aie pointers to hog'Standiirti null-terminated C 
strings. S(! whi-rt' i^ the rest of the RexxArj^ structua'? ^'elj, by def- 
inition :i jTuiniLT tEi RtixxAiii. points to the begimiinj; af thf string 
'suffer, und liII the rest trf ibt informatkin is at a negative ij{ini,-\ 
from tlii.s [winter? 

niis means ihal apart From it,s .\Kexs bit.s, a RessAri; string 
jppeanj to the system just likt* in regular string, and yet ii biis liie^se 
hidden "extra bits" that alkm ii be n]an<Lg«l by .AKex-t. 

■^'OLi tiin well imagine that diss setup invites severail memory- 
manjgfiiient piif;ills. which could easily comipi the .Amiga's mem- 
ory and make it crash if tht7 are not handled widi care. 

Howe\'er, things aie noi that bad. ARexx itseif, in the fomi d[ 

the fH'xxsTslib, libra f>', provides two functions which create and 

IfleiL- Ri'sx,\rg strings easily and safely, fise them to create the 

■rings wiiien ycni need ihem. detete them when you ate finished. 



use the functions Creaie.Arjjstritigt} 
and DeleteArgstringO from the 
A Re XX interpreter 

(rexxsyslib.lilwa.ry). 

We are also going to use some 
functions from, the Exee.lii>rar>' to 
ivf^lace some of their counterparts 
in rexx.siapporl, library that do not 
allow us as much flexibility as we 
need. 

However, both of the above 
nientioned lihraries are standard 
Amiga libraries, tiiat is. they do not 
have the special ARexx h(X)k nec- 
e.ssary in order to be used frn)ni 
w^itJiin ARexK. 

In order ttj l>e able to use tfieni 
we will need yet ancther special 
AResx library, called nitj^en, library, 
and whtKic* job it is to aitow, ARexx 
to use non-ARexx Amiga iibmries! 

This library' is available on Fred 



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i-id let die ARex.K system worry abt^ut die details. FLsh disk 459. and you wil! not be 

In most otlier respcct.^i, die pointer that is- letumed from (he able to nan our program without it. 

Interfaced! 



funrtions will beliave exactly like a string. The inverse, of cxiurse, 
IS noc true, and if you try to delete a in.m-RexxAig string widi a 
iilTrary function you will probably cause an inutietJiate cnish. 

Our program is a simple command host. It (i|5ens a pin called 
■IVTOHT and recognises direi; oommands. The command HELLO 
returns a result that contains a gieeiin^ ;incl the current time, the 
lammand SirMSQ laksjs two numerical ar^^umeffls and returns the 
Mjm of their squares, and the command BYE .shut,s e^Trytbin^ 
down. Any other commands arc sirtiply ignored. 

To u-se [he program you launch ii frrim one Shell window, and 
•.i)U invftkf it from iinotfier Altexx pro-am launched from a sec- 
ond Shell, e^: 

n 'mim »ESULtl; Mim 'mmT 'UIW; W UJDLT" 
fn order to create the ResjtAi'gs fctr otir rejsults, we are going lo 



Flawed example 

i musl apolf>gi3e for a small error that got past me In the 
example program on the CoverDisk. In line 70. In the sec- 
tion marked ' V'ln place ot error codeV", we create a 
RexxArgslring that is not passetl otr to the calling 
prc^gram! 

As the program stands, tbi$ RexxArg witl not be deleted 
it a result has Ijeen requested - this cot/ld lead to prob- 
lems, or at least to rnemory not bein-g treed. 

We must either not create the siring at all. or else return 
it as the result In place of the current dummy OOOQOOII'x 
error code. Sorry about that. 

Of course a result (flexxArg) ttiat gets returne<f becotrws 
the properly of the calling progratn and is automatically 
deleted by it. 



Make sure it is installed in the same manner as 
rexx.sitp|y)i:t. library. Basically rxgen uses information about the 
offsets and rejiisier use of the non-Al?exx librar)' functions to link 
them in to ARexx. 
The main rea,son that we noplace the ftinction,s of the 



viitiifcttfortMit) -> pii;k<t^set|)kt()9«rtntit) -> 



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loop wiih their Exec equivalents, is that the replyt) function 
clears tlie secondary result field (fm_KesullZ), M ^uch, it is use- 
les for reiuming a result which we may want to set ourselves. 
Because these funciiiHis worit together, maintaining an internal 
wstem record, the^' have (o lie used together. 

Therefore if we replace reply{ > we must also replace fietpkt*.), 
Furthermore, the Exec functions ijske tfte port addre.w. rather than 
name 4s argument, .so we need the FindPortf ) function too. 

It is however acceptable and convenient 10 use the rexxsup- 
port OpenPortO and ClosePortO functions, as well as the 
Gfi.^rgO ftmclion which letums the string in the first of the 16 
argument fieitis - this is the actual command received. 

One of itie j^ood things abotJt the rexxsupptjn. library is that it 
checks to make sure that ei'erj.ihing it uses is opened and shut 
properly. So if an ARexx program receives an external HALT 
conutiand, it will ensure that all jxirts shut tbwn properly. 

AK'hen using the Esec, library all these niceties are your own 
responsibility, and a real program would require error handling 
code. Again this higlilights the advantage of using, support 
lihrartes, especially if you like doing things the easy way. 

Kexssupport also provides the vei\' usthij Next<) and OffsetO 
functioai. The former is a bit like |ieek(). and the later adds off- 
sets to addresse.?. but all returned values are four-byte strings, 
and so can serve as APTEs! 

• A/one of our interface ot'en?iew next lime. 



Alex Gian 
concludes his 
two-part insight 
into constructing 
your own ARexx 
interfaces 



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VHS and Betamax 

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i]ij4 ova qiiLiiity. 

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■>ay. is yntient history, 

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which are inttxleiived in each fraint', giving ycxi your iniuHe, 

VHS offers tht- user between Mi) and 2W of ihtMrs lines. 
which as yoi3 can tell js not the besl-fcMtking ratio in the wfirkl, 

tlcMpiie this, the format is «ill as popular :ts ever and used En 
niany hrjmFC cstmcorden; for tiiping the odd wetlding. chriMening 
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'.hv msirket with cxIe^^iv^; playtnjJ tiriK's of up to five liOLirs, 

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:|iiiz programmes for your viewing pleaisure. 



VIDEO 



each frame when mixed to create the final 
image on the videotape. While Low Band 
Umatic is caNi; away from inir television 
sfreens due to its now Ln.suitab[e [[ualit>', Hi 
Band can be shoftTS on TV only if it is a first 
generation ropy (recorded once), 

Betacam SP 

Wjtii its inif(.idui-tion. the top-of-the-rangc 
IkuiL^am equipment offered a full 625 lines 
on-screen f^vjng the ixTit pittiEre so far. By 
using component video, two channels arc 
available cjn the tape instead of ont- as found 
on VHS. 

'Hits allows the imajie ui be broken up 
into three sepanite chunks of infotrnattoti and 
in turn meams thsl the machinery itself has 
less to deal with at any one Lime ;ind there- 
fore is more reiiaiik' and pr^pduces better 
results. 

Betacam is TV' quality up lo the three to 
Ff.Hir generaiittns, making it the (iirivnt leader 
in the piofessionai pack, Well, it wy:s untiJ the, arrival of,,. 

D1.D2,M2& Digital Betacam 

Imagine a tape that, like CD, is digitally rvtortled. Instead uf 
recording an imajje through ansilogue recording heads, it is 
taped in pure l>inar>' - U and Os. 
This all means (hat there is hanljy any degrading when 




From home video 
to television 



Quality has certainly ini:proved over the last decade but 

Betamax is still in existence with it's own picture and sound qual- 
ity surpassing iTiS Imt boasting the ,sjime time amounLs. 

SVHS, Video 8 and Hi-8 

SVHS was the next step for camcorder users tilfering a far .superi- 
or picture and Mnund quality. In l^ict, it's rei'konttl that there is 
alK.H,n a i5 to 6S per cent quatit^' tncrejise with the jjverage line 
reading being 40()- a substantial leap ovui its torefattier. 

Video 8 (the eight reftimng to the size of the tape) was intn> 
duced by Sony tn be a VHS l«.'ater and around the time of its 
intrfKluction. is tt'rlainly came <wi on lop. Since the early 80s 
ttuiugh, VHS tape (cchnolog)' has moved on and Video K quality 
is now .matched by the laie.st jfeneration of VHS tapes. 

lii-H was ihe next k^gical riiep and, like SVHS, c.3n offer a iinu 
rate of 4CM3 but unfortunately, this all requires the equipment to 
njn h on which iti (urn costs you, the txinsumer, rrtore [JKtnc7, 

High and Low Band Umatic 

J-'or several yi^ar,-*, VnuiiL was ilif j-jruadcast .■standard for televi- 
sion until tile relatively recent arrival oi Betacam. Its technology 
is based round those similar to VHS - compo.«iitf video, 
Tran.slated in to layman's terms, this means there are three 
colouri (red, green and hiuf.> combined into one signal with the 
luminance. Uiminanee Ls the brightness of the hiacli and white in 



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^ -M stoied in ii drutn machine. Apparently they were hav- 
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FortunateEy the solution is easy, aiitd it also eliminates alto- 
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device so that it gcnet^ites Midi cfocks and then arrange for tlte 
sequencer doing the retording to use those ckick messages 
rattier than following its own internal liming clock. 

Aimost atl Ami^a sequencers Itivtr [iienu (jptions for usinj; an 
e:(temal clock in tliis way, Somej such as Dr Ts KCS, also prth 
\ide controls which ullf)w ytHi to choose whether ;m e,vp]icit 
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recordins or whether it should stan as soon as the first clock is 
received. 

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of a quarter nnie. By the linie 2'1 liave been 
collected die serjuencer will know that (vne 
hiT of data has been rnn t'ived. 

When you record dat^i in this way the 
afisolute tempo of the external device 
doesn't really matter, If you douhle the 
playing speed ymi double the rsumlier of 
Midi clocks sent. 

Halve it, and you luSve the number of 
Midi tlfK-ks, Rtther way the sequencer will 
be able to recoj^nise each bar of mriu.'iic as it 
arrives and if, say. you play exactly 14 bajs 
of a drum pattern - you wjtl end up 
recording t;xactty 24 bars regardless of 
tempo. 

The,se types of external clock-based Midi 
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lection of songs recorded with an old 
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exporting sequences ;!s Midi files. 

To move tlrose sonj^s across to a more 




Using Midi clocks 



' ■'.' e^en when n. paitem or sequence is riot playing}. AJI drum 
■ii:ifliines incideniaily do send explicit Midi stan messages when 

ilniiii pattern begins. 

So to ntiford from a drum mar-hine you'd connect it to the 
Viiiiga's Midi interface, load up your sequenc^^r progrjcn and 
-.i.iect the external dcjck option (this Is somt'times called external 
-■vnC-) 

Set tiK' sequencer to record, ihtjase a drum pattern on the 
■ iium [itachine and hit the start f'sutton. You'll find thai the 
Htjuencer will recnnd ihe pattern exactly, wijhout any bar length 
liming pmhlems at all, 

h'ow in case you're wondering how all this works Ijeneath the 
surface here's a brief ninKlown on the techie stuff, Midi d(\Ms 
J re single byte Midi mess;tjies that iiave the value decimal 2-iH 
111 lilt's PS hex for any jlk'n.s reading). 

'ftTicn you set a sequeneer to its eslemal clock option the 
internal liming met^hanism is disabled and attention is Ibaised 
purely on the incoming Midi dati. 

llie exterdiil de\'ice will be transmltiing clock bytes at the rate 
I li 24 per quarter note and these will he received along with all 
tile other Midi data. 

Wlui happens of course ts dial whenever the set|UfntxT reads 
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modern sequencer you just need to bonrjw anrsther Amiga and 
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Whichever way you choose to connect up the hardware. 
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destination machines together ;ind loaded ihc respective 
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song sequences lo \ts internal cJock option, making sure diat it 
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option and start it recording. 

Nothing will actually happen until the source sequencer is 
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MC'hen you do hit the source sequencer's start buttoin however 
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the rjdiLLtofs, 

Ofie jitidi group in conine is the enmpdon Imjaatfe', They called 
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I intertftl in the coUimn that it would be a good idea in j^ri 
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Zinrunennarai created FGP in 1991< '^.'ith a view to distributing 
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tion was still a legal psistinK'. 

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arrt*n. 

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jimm o-iersi;'its wjtlioEiT [XTOii?iyii.>n, 

Thu faa [lial ihc code I's Miill wtiere it \va.s (lut on the original 
Iniemet node in the US is b)' the by. A ayp/^ of it, in law die satne 
as a photocBpy or published item 3 suppose, has winged its way 
be^'ond the shores of the land of the fiee, heme of the brave,,. <the 
word "not!" sprin|ts to mind). 

Sunsly in this day untl age, when e^en the Russians are filing 
inilitnrt- hnnlwait to die West, mich nieasufes are outdated - a Wi 
like kcirping a law foi'bidding {.leople to paint slogans on the Bertin 



COMMS 




wall. All the sime. Zimniermann and hi.s 
chum.5 are in deep dos.is, 

T\iL- US ^utyvcmmcni lias said ihaE it v\ill 
not niake its ('lipjier'thip the only legal 
form of encn'ptioa but a cynic would say 
(and I do) if the\' han\mef PGP enough 
they will be taking out one of die chips 
Ngge^it comperif(»rs- 

Ziniraeniiann may get off, if indeed he in 
TO be charged, by jaying he didn't intend 
for the program to he copied overseas, 
and he phitt'd ii on the Internet in 
the US. 

Wlmtever Iti^iptins eidier way, it ntiy It 
the moist interesting case of the year as far 
as the Internet is concerned, [Xie.s this 
me<in tlia! the gmvmment of ihc UH will 
want to [nunitor wiiai jjjoes t]rt tluutigh the 
"NcL* And what will our goverruinent i^'ant 
to do aliotit it in light of otir»speci:il rela- 
tionship? Only time will tell. If I get wind of 
a result in this c^ase III let >'Oti knoa'. 




Pretty bad 
privacy 



Chinese whispsrst 
fitctur«-»tyi», on 
the tniemet 



Internet A to Z 

Here are sotna tun places to visit on the 'Net Ibis month. 
The Sequoia 2000 project has set up shop 
at <toe,cs,berkeley-edu> in the pub/sequoia 
directory. 

This is a project which wants lo gather and use a lot of 
ecological and other data about the ptiysical world we live 
in. A lot of Ibis (^ata is available (or you So use (good luck) 
at the site, 

Internet Relay Chat or IRC is a really fun place to be, if a 
littlfi confusing. CtX has a feed, although Twe rarely got it to 
work on NComm, for soims ANSI-type reason. 

You can also get to It by usmg TELNET to 
140,117,11.33., and log in as IRC with a password of IRC. 
But he careful I IRC is about as addictiwe as Tetris. 

OTIS has a little fiidden away project which may take 
your fancy. The pictures (in the CFOSSWIRE directory of 
the OTIS machine) were collaborations carried out by 
remote control across the 'Net, 

The pictures were submitted by one user, then down- 
loaded and modified by anottner user, then uploaded again. 
then downloaded and modilled by yet another user, and so 
on. 

The results were sometimes a little bit odd, some 
just plain bad, but most were at the very least quite 
interesting. Find OTIS on <stinsite.unc,edu> in Ihe 
pub/multimedia/pictures/OTIS directory under CROSS- 
WIRE. 



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Phil South 
returns to the 
encryption 
program PGP, 
and its current 
legal problems 



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^^FA^I prr.idut'ed .SpriieX v3- WlmL happened to SpriteX vZ' 
^E^tS Well, it mutited into v25. atid then i[ ^ so close to 
vi i[ wasn't worih fieleastng it until then, 

r Some things havy htmn ad'dttl antl otlier things have betn 
uxi^ h«iiiit. The software itself is pretty self explanatorp', and 
lonifs in iwn forms on the disk. The first Ls the mote powerhjl 
mtcrfireccd version for Clxssic Amos users only. 

This version requires both Cteat 2,5 for above) and v3 or 
;ib<:)%-e of the Amos Cluh'Shtifflt.' Exten.sion (both of which arv 
supplied wish Sprite X v3 in extension only form). This version 
IS .slightly sla*t'r, iinJ takes longer to start up. but 'Ahwi usefs 
[[) muke [heir own modifications via the User menu. It also 
Lillofts access to direct mode. 

^U» on the dLsk i.s tfit* Fjslcr (but nonneciitable* compiled ver- 
sion [jf the pjognim, This is for using the program ^^■ithout any 
modirications or for Amos Pro users who have no tnlier options 
(as none of the extensions will be availaWe inr Pro). 

Before using SprUt; X v3. you have to run the 
C[ext_Shufnc_FnSLill.Aiiios program supplied to install Shuffle 
\'J,0 and CecM v2.(> onto yx>ur Amos System, 

Sprite X v3 has a very simple icon-btised menu system, which 
\ii lyjsed around three icon bars and a simple set of controls, Tht" 
screen itself is split up inio the ediiLfi^ area Iwith the Ktxiitied 
:ind ntsmwl views of the image, plus the palerte sektsor! and 
ihe rlK'nus (hem.selves. 

Pressing the spacebar c>'cles the vitrious scniitins to the front, 
llie first pieiis will bring the editing arcn id ilie front, the stftood 
■.vili bring the screen being (xlited to front, and a third pfesii will 
hring the TTn;nu \nn hack to the front. 

All [Jie screens can be moved up and davni if you dra,g them 
l>y the siTiall drcular gadgets in the tyiflers (bottom right fof all 
but the Main mei'lu bar). 

The mouse can be lised for all controtSn and mtisi controls 
have kt'ylioard equivalents. When viewing the full stTeen, areas 
c'An be copied mxh the right mouse button und pasted wiih she- 
left mouse button. Blocks g;^bbed in this; way are the same a>. 
those grabbed with the CUT fuiKliun in tlie tools menu. 

Drawing in the zoomed window will directly draw to the 
selected area of the edited .screen, Tliis can be seen in thi; 
Linzoomed window to she tighr. Dfa^ging the Fdii box around 
I the area marked within the unzjoomed windowt allows you to 
■M-'ri. t the area you want to edit. 

Vou can also drag the screen artxind within the unzcx>med 
wincbw. so that ynHi can work on any part of the soL-en. Thw 
means that ytm can edit Ixibs or icons up to 320 x 25* pixels in 
sJKe, "r evtn touch up scre^tiii. 

Sprite X v3 is written using Classic Amos (vl.36), using the 
Shuffle and Ctext extensiofns, It was written as a pure games 
'vriting editor, designed for use alongside your favourite an 
l^ackage. 

To this end, it will automatically snooze <wiili Multi Wait 
statements) if ynu use Ijeft ,\niiga A (o flip to the Woricbench (or 
n?:uni running from Workbench), If you save your DPaint pic- 
lure to the RAM: disk with a ,IFF Of .IBM aiffix and return to 
sp]ite X vj (with Left Amiga-A again), you can press Left Amiga- 
K and Sprite X v3 will autrjiititicalty scan the KA.\i disk and load 
in your picture tsulMcqucnt Amlga-Hs will Icjad in the next .ll-'H 
or U!M rde), 

'nie Autosave files are .simply an -IFF picture file and an ,^m(j« 
MislTr Kmk. so ;i Hpnplt': 

Ued 'ii3b4ii)j,3tik' 

will load them all in, .Sprite X v3 can also be called from the 
•^hell Of CLJ^ with scteeiw and hants as parameters, eg; 

t^i i ttiS tf s E rttn. 1 f f jt{ritill - ii It 

which would load up MyscrL-en.iff as the edit screen, and 
niyhiiak.abk as bank I- Multiple lianks can also be loaded, eg: 

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adding tlie i* in front of the second bank 
inwriicts Sprite X v'i to load it into bank 3 (0- 
'}), ba.sically, up Co ten tanks can W loaded 
along with an IFF soven in this (neihtxl. 

The rules are v^ry simple, if there is .JFK at 
lije end of the filename it is Icjaded to ttie edit 
screen, and ABK means it will be loaded to a 
bank. 

If Sprite X detects a file c;illed 
SX^.sian.tiTeen.iff in the director)' it is nin 
frotn, it will ksid it as the edit screen (if no 
otlier screen is selected as a CLl parameter !■, 

A neat feature has been atkled (shadc^s <if 
Amos Pr!.)'s Interface) in that if a file called 
SX3_OserButtons.abk is kmcid in Sprite X v3's 
directory then this is loaded as the button 
screen. 

This me'jns you can create your own but- 
Itins for the program, and is sfimething which 
can either add or siihtr-jcl frpm the program 
functionality depending on how good your 
buttons are! 

The compiled version of Sprite X v3 was 
compiled with the Amos Compiler radier tiian the Pro Compiler 
a.s atXfjrding to Aaron "the Pro Compiler doesn't tend to be able 
to cope with anything this size, has bugs, and can't handle 
Amos e^flefkstons," There you have it- 

Sheer 
sprite ! 




Future updates? 

No thei-e won't be an Amos Pro versfort of 
Sprite X v3. As soon b& Nigel Critten's Amoa 
AGA extension is flnisheil, Aaron will be 
doing an AGA version of SX3, Other funi:- 
tjons to be adiled wilt be: 

, PCX/. BMP/Pht Load/Save 
tFFAntm Brash Load/Save 
New Animator and AnimX animation 
extension for Amos 

SpriteX is the very Iwst sprite creation utility 
around, and it you haven't got a copy you 
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ne of the most drautalic effcds yoa can a.ppl;y to 
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heading ;ts pittiia-.s. Hui iJie technique n«?tK U> lie 
vi-tth caution; it is so very' e-jsy to go over thf nvp. 
One temputiun is to render ^vn lt:iter id the heading as a 
It picture, and whik there rray be one or two legitirraie 
ftjf this, in general you t-nd up with :i heading that tiirmot 
d }K!C'JLi.se of ii txtnfusion t/ images. 
A jjtrriller effect would be to coriibine ont word and one 
re. Pick the right picture and thf rij^ht worJ, and an 
rft'ise weak, one-word heading ari [ft: transfarmeci into 
;hing realiy dynamit. 
Thtf secret to this tethnique is ihv stencil, ^'hat we have to 
}(\inx is thf DTP cr|uivilent of d piece of aird 'vvitli letters 
out of it. '['his is tiien placed ovvr tht: pitiure, creating the 
osion [hat the letters have bct'n LTjfied fmin that picture. 
Btit you cannot use j^isi any old word in any old font and 
X- i[ with any old picture, llw type t^eds to 1x: large, Ixtid 
very tightly set so liiat the holes inside anfi Ixrtfteen ihe 
Iters are a;; limal! as possible. Tile picture should nnrmaily 
jve a stronj; pattern, s*> thcil coiiuiion details can Iw st'cn in 
< et)' letter, 

.^ntl the deiaiis shttiild ht easily discerned - this heading is 
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turn it into a graphic using ConvtTt To 
Gfaphtc from the Text menu. 

Nest yntt tnuss '^'nip the panel and tfie 
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Tlic result is a single ohiecl, u wliite 
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were - 2 stencii in other words. 

The panel dwsn'l have to l>e wliite; the 
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course, 

ProDraw users now need to save this 
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